Herbert Nehrlich 2
Dialogue - Poem by Herbert Nehrlich 2
A rabbi in a synagogue
was holding there a dialogue.
He spoke to Jaweeh (this is God)
and never did consider odd
that one can't have a ping pong match
by pouring down the sacred hatch
a jug of local summer wine
or, in a pinch, a concubine.
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