We are the People, Triumphant - a Poem



   
    April 2010            
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The People Triumphant

By Michael Druck 2010

We are the people, triumphant,
in every corner and land.

We, who are small in number,
last, learn Torah, and stand.

We the people, triumphant,
carry the words of G-d,
on shoulders laden with Torah,
onward and gladly we trod.

We the people, triumphant,
are consumed by the nature of our being.

Enthralled by what G-d has given us,
holiness, that is secure and serene.

We are the people, triumphant,
no matter what nations think or might say.
G-d smiles and knows,
Meshiach will come on a day.

We are the people, triumphant,
moved by the hand of G-d,
in our land, He gave to us;
with its monuments, waters and sod.

So it is, as it was written.

So it is, as it is true.

G-d deemed us triumphant;
we, His people, the Jews.

Centuries have proven the fact.

Centuries will have proven the dream.

We, who are small in our numbers,
are triumphant,
for it is G-d, Who has deemed
our immortality.

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from the April 2010 Edition of the Jewish Magazine

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