Who is Yehuda AmichaiYehuda Amichai (Hebrew: יהודה עמיחי; born Ludwig Pfeuffer 3 May 1924 – 22 September 2000) was an Israeli poet and author, one of the first to write in colloquial Hebrew in modern times.Amichai was awarded the 1957 Shlonsky Prize, the 1969 Brenner Prize, 1976 Bialik Prize, and 1982 Israel Prize. He also won international poetry prizes, and was nominated several times for the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Yehuda Amichai was born in Würzburg, Germany, to an Orthodox Jewish family, and was raised speaking both Hebrew and German. His German name was Ludwig Pfeuffer.Amichai immigrated with his family at the age...
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Yehuda Amichai Poems
Before the gate has been closed,
before the last question is posed,
before I am transposed.
Before the weeds fill the gardens, ...
- A Pity, We Were Such A Good Invention
Your thighs off my hips.
As far as I'm concerned
They are all surgeons. All of them. ...
- The Diameter Of The Bomb
The diameter of the bomb was thirty centimeters
and the diameter of its effective range about seven meters,
with four dead and eleven wounded.
And around these, in a larger circle ...
Not the peace of a cease-fire
not even the vision of the wolf and the lamb,
as in the heart when the excitement is over ...
- Near The Wall Of A House
Near the wall of a house painted
to look like stone,
I saw visions of God.
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Comments about Yehuda AmichaiCzaiazach: love this poem by yehuda amichai, ‘i want to mix up the bible.’ poems like this one do religious people like me a world of good. remind us that play is at the heart of learning and discovery.
Gplastrik: "let it come like wildflowers, suddenly, because the field must have it: wildpeace." -yehuda amichai
Beineckelibrary: photograph of yehuda amichai with robert frost in yehuda amichai papers
Yahialababidi: look, just as time isn't inside clocks love isn't inside bodies: bodies only tell the love. — yehuda amichai
Mayacpopa: always love this poem by yehuda amichai:
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