Can food embody holiness? In this poem, DJ Grant uses challah as a metaphor to encapsulate the individual holiness of a person.
How can one pray after sinning? In this poem, Dov Frank suggests seeking redemption in unexpected places.
As we approach Pesach, Bruce Black's latest poem vividly retells the splitting of the sea.
A poem addressed to survivors in the Chareidi community about the existential confusion endured by child sexual abuse.
Yehoshua November's poem movingly and thoughtfully portrays the challenges and pleasures of Chassidic life.
As 2022 comes to a close, the Lehrhaus team is proud to feature some highlights from our contributions this past year. Yet again, we have published at least one hundred original pieces across a wide variety of genres.
In his Yiddish poem "Hanukkah" (1932), Avrom Liessen poignantly recalled his early experience of the holiday. Dov Greenwood's vivid translation transports us into that wondrous world.
In his latest poem, Bruce Black meditates on the Chanukah miracle and the miracles of everyday life
As Yom Kippur approaches, Bruce Black's poem touches on the simple power of a humble and earnest request for forgiveness.
As the year turns from Elul to Tishrei, enjoy Ben Corvo's collection of poems relevant to the High Holiday themes and liturgy.