A curious book with a curious name; from one of conservative Judaism's deepest thinkers comes a book of early poems (pre-World War II) in both Hebrew and English. Combining Judaistic thought with Hasidic elements (retaining some if its pantheistic themes) along with a true poetic talent, the poems speak of a deep longing, or rather many deep longings - some for the divine, some for humanity, some for the world. Many cryptic phrases and interesting turns of phrase are employed ("I live in Me and in you.","You are an incognito soul/my darling, oh tree!","God is fettered in jail...") to breath mystery into these writings, making for an intriguing collection.