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Monday, April 14, 2008


Get out your guitar and pick a tune (any one will do)...

I'm coming home
with a suitcase full of dreams
and I always know
that even though you seem
so far away
you're right here at my side
every day
and there's no place I can hide

So I'm coming home
with a suitcase full of hope
because alone
there's no way I can cope
but next to you
I feel sheltered from all harm
so let me through
to embrace your waiting arms

Because I'm coming home
with a suitcase full of love
it's time to show
that I've been thinking of
this journey home
every day, all day long
wherever I roam
I've been singing this song:

I'm coming home...

Wishing all of Klal Yisrael a safe, healthy, kosher, peaceful, uplifting, joyous, beautiful, special yom tov!



jewmaican20 said...

Amen to that...

I've never been to EY for Pesach before, it's so refreshing to see so few Americans!

halfshared said...

chag Kasher Visameach.

Scraps said...

Sigh....wish I were there too.

Have a chag kasher v'sameach, and enjoy your time in the Holy Land!

sweety said...

Jewmacian-I've neer been to E'y either.

Bas-melech, very nice! And have a chag kosher v'sameach yourself!

Tsvi said...

Bas Melech,
Very nice poem. I really got the kedushas Eretz Yisrael feeling. As the Vilna Gaon says, there are only two mitzvahs one performs with their entire body, Sukkah and Eretz Yisrael. May the kedusha encompass your entire being. Wishing you a chag kasher v'sameach from Gedolim Picture land.
- Tsvi of E-Tsvi