Robert B. Fried wrote this collection of poems during his childhood, after listening to the stories that his four grandparents had shared with him about their experiences during the Holocaust. May these poems offer a glimpse into the life-changing experiences of the survivors of the Holocaust, so that from generation to generation, the world will always remember and never forget.
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Most of my poems are thought-provoking. They are a direct result of my search to see where those emotions are coming from, and what their undeniable force is that makes me and most of my readers tear up.
After spending over four years incarcerated he has finally seen the light. He has finally realized that he has a family and a better life waiting for him outside.
What Is In a Name? My world is basking In your silken presence Donning the fleeting shadows Of your whispering tresses! My life listens in wonder To the music of your name Beating in my heart Like a lasting work of art! ….Vishwas © Copyright 2014,
Symphony of the Nightflower Review by Ms.Rashmi It takes time to set into the mood of the book. The first time I lay my eyes on Vishwas Vaidya‘s book ‘Symphony of the Nightflower’ I failed to understand the craft of the words woven so intricately. Once I
INTERVIEW with a poet VISHWAS VAIDYA While I was surfing one day on a well-known Social Network, I felt the need to comment on a post done by a friend. Someone else, a total stranger to me at that moment, replied to my comment. It was not