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You walk on the land until one day the land walks on you by Mois Benarroch

Poetry

Benarroch Touches the themes of immigration, the confrontation with a new country, discrimination against minorities, love, the family, poetry, poets and life in general.
Mois Benarroch was born in Tetuan/Morroco and lives in Jerusalem. He writes poetry and novels. His books have been published in Israel, Spain, U.S.A and Portugal. His works have been translated to 15 languages. He was awarded the Prime Minister prize for writers in 2008, and the Yehuda Amichai poetry prize in ...