Scott Krane
a philosophe populaire, blogging about Judaism, war & the mimetic arts...

If I had a pickup truck… (a poem for winter)

If I had a pickup truck

I’d pick you up to know

And you would see the snowflakes fall that

In my headlights glow


If I had on my front bumper

A snowplow shiny and blue

I’d clear the way before the day


Break and clear a path for you…

About the Author
Scott Shlomo Krane has been blogging for TOI since February 2012. His writing has also appeared in The Atlantic, Tablet, Ha'aretz, The Jerusalem Post, the Daily Caller, Mic, JazzTimes and Scott was a columnist and breaking news editor for Arutz Sheva-Israel National News (2011-2013). In addition to holding a degree in Judaic Studies and a Master's in English from Bar-Ilan University (for which he wrote his thesis on the poetry of American master, John Ashbery), he has learned Judaism at Hadar Ha'Torah Rabbinical Seminary in Brooklyn.
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