Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Poetry is Alive and Well at Adas Emuno

from the pages of Kadima, the newsletter of Congregation Adas Emuno: 

A Message from Trustee Doris White:

Poetry is Alive and Well at Adas Emuno 

We call it Poetry Garden, and we meet the second Sunday of each month from 7:00 to 8:00 PM. In the spring and summer, we do actually gather in the peace garden, but as the temperatures fall, we create our own garden of words in the social hall. What better way to begin the week. Some of us come to read a favorite poem, others just to listen to the words and their music, still others are brave enough to read a poem or two of their own creation. The poems are thoughtful, humorous, philosophical, political or personal. It’s really a lovely hour spent with the sounds and themes of poetry. As Christopher Frey put it, “Poetry is the language in which man explores his own amazement.” Please join us.

The next Poetry Garden get together will take place on Sunday February 8th, at 7 PM in our Social Hall.


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