Shai Goldman

Eliezer and Rebecca

Yeager-Crasselt, Lara. 'Rebecca and Eliezer at the Well' (2017). In The Leiden Collection Catalogue, 3rd ed. Edited by Arthur K. Wheelock Jr. and Lara Yeager-Crasselt. New York, 2020–.

And Eliezer, baffled silent, stood
As she fulfilled his every wish and dream
And so much more. He knew what this would mean.
He saw from there that all God does is good.

And so he waited patient as he could,
So in the proper time he true could deem
That God in truth his path had planned and seen,
The way his master said and prayed he would.

And Rivkah finished her kindness with a smile,
And Jewish destiny smiled back all the while.

About the Author
Shai Goldman spent three years studying talmud at Yeshivat Har Etzion. He is currently pursuing his bachelors in Computer Science at Columbia University. There, while taking the required core literature courses, he fell in love with poetry, and began writing poems of his own. His recent book, "Poems on the Parsha," is available on Amazon.
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