On Rabbi Kook's StreetI walk without this good man--A streiml he wore for prayerA silk top hat he wore to govern,fly in the wind of the deadabove me, float on the waterof my dreams.I come to the Street of Prophets--there are none.And the Street of Ethiopians--there are a few. I'mlooking for a place for you to live after mepadding your solitary nest for you,setting up the place of my pain with the sweat of my browexamining the road on which you'll returnand the window of your room, the gaping wound,between closed and opened, between light and dark.There are smells of baking from inside the shanty,there's a shop where they distribute Bibles free,free, free. More than one prophethas left this tangle of laneswhile everything topples above him and he becomes someone else.On Rabbi Kook's street I walk--your bed on my back like a cross--though it's hard to believea woman's bed will become the symbol of a new religion.
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