HaboZine feature: Where Mosh Ends

By: Henry Presman

based on “Where the Sidewalk Ends” by Shel Silverstein

There is a time when Mosh ends
and before school begins
and the grass grows green
and there the sun is sad for school starting
and summer rests and school takes its place
to wait in the cool autumn wind.
We have to leave this place where happiness lives
and the road home winds and bends
past the stadium where the Ravens play.
We will walk with a walk that is sad and slow
and watch the Chadar disappear behind the trees
to the time when Mosh ends.
Yes we’ll walk with a walk that is sad and slow
and we’ll watch the Chadar disappear behind the trees
because the chanichim are fun and the chanichim all play.
The time when Mosh ends.

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