Alan D Busch
· Between 10 and 5 With Dad
· Chapter 7, Kissing Dad's Nose, revised (Alternate version)
· Chapter 7, Kissing Dad's Nose, revised
· Revised Chapter 3 of Between Fathers and Sons
· Chapter 7, revised of Between Father and Son
· Chapter 3 Between Father And Son (my second book)
· Chapter 2 Between Father and Son (my second book)
· Chapter 1: Between Father and Son (my second book)
· Revised Preface of My Second Book
· Stuff My Father Won't Tell Me Revision #2 of Part 1
· Cruising Route 66 With Dad (a major revision )
· These Lights We Kindle, revision 5 for submission
· These Lights We Kindle, Revision 4
· These Lights We Kindle, revision 3
· These Lights We Kindle, revision 2
· These Lights We Kindle (revised)
· Cruising Route 66 With Dad, Revision #2
· Cruising Route 66 With Dad-Revision 1
· Cruising Route 66 With Dad
· Living With Parkinson's Disease
· What DO We Read on the Back of the (In)famous Photograph?
· Looking Out The Rear Window: Ten Years Ago
· Jewish Life Learning Aboard The New York City Subway
· The Jewish Press Publishes These Lights We Kindle
· Jewish Humor
· I Grieve For Ben At My Side (final revision)
· I Grieve For Ben At My Side
· As The Ninth Year Approaches ... Yom Yom
· Fundamentals of Fathers and Sons
· Martin ... my brother I love but never knew
· Significant Revision of A Father Loses A Daughter
· A Revision of A Father Loses A Daughter
· Loss and Gain
· At Heaven's Gate
· Fingers, A Poem for Kimberly (revision 5)
· Fingers (substantially revised #4)
· Fingers (revision #3)
· Shacharis Musings (revised and published)
· It's Finally Here!
· It's Finally Here!
· See Alan's front book cover in Jewish Business News
· Between 10 and 5 With Dad/Keeping The 5th Commandment by Alan D. Busch
· Synopsis for Alan D. Busch's second book Between Fathers and Sons
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poetry of grief within a Jewish holy place
I kindle a soul light for thee this eve,
when dawn awakens, I'll be able to see
a shadow of thy face ere mine eyes
as was before and shall always be.
Each morn I gather me to this place,
wherein I've heard G-d resides.
I search but Him I have not seen
His face as from Moshe hides.
A gray beard weeps over an ancient folio bent
In whom there yet burns the holy flame.
"Why art thou here too, Rebbe?" I ask.
"The reason, my son, is like yours the same."
"A lifetime ago I've forsaken him not,
Like you I won't let his memory to fade,
I am here to assuage a young father's pain
so that aloneness not make him any more afraid."
By Alan D. Busch