An Angel Holds A Small Child's Hand - Poem by Shalom Freedman
An angel holds a small child's hand
And walks with him wherever he goes-
How many Jewish childrens' angels
Disappeared at the critical moment?
I had an angel once too
I long since have forgotten it-
I am an old man now
I do not need an angel-
But the children
better angels than there have been before-
Will God provide them?
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