Wednesday, March 18, 2009

A Poet's Hagaddah (Book Review)

A Poet’s Haggadah
by Rick Lupert
Published by Ain’t Got No Press
ISBN: 978-0-9727555-8-0

A True Haggadah Collection
Mr. Lupert’s A Poet’s Haggadah is a compilation of poetry reflecting the holiness of Passover. Each poem is written by different poets from around the world, and every poem shows how important this event is. From the Drinking of Wine, the Festive Meal up to the Hope it promises, every chapter reveals the beauty and true meaning of Passover. As one of the main contributors to this compilation, I find myself touched and amazed by this feast. You can see the colors and hues in every poem, and you will surely want you read it again and again. Mr. Lupert has once again proved in this compilation of poetry how this feast should be always remembered and observed.
A Poet’s Haggadah is truly a haggadah book and every Passover observer will find this compilation as one unforgettable book for it will surely touched the deepest part of your soul.

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1 comment:

Andrew Christ said...

Thanks for posting this Lanie! I see there is a scheduled time for poets from the book to "appear" on the "Poetry Super Highway" show at BlogTalkRadio March 22 at 5 PM EST. Here is the link to Poetry Super Highway at BlogTalkRadio: