Benyamin Rumi

To Hold The Hand of God


Published in June 2021 (Canada), English, No ISBN, 14 Pages. 

'To Hold the Hand of God' is a collection of written works reflecting on nature and the human condition. Inspired by both the writer's hometown of Alexandria and the landscapes of the unceded Anishnaabe nation, the pieces fuse religious and natural imagery to depict the writer's inner-world and musings.

Contents
I. Coming of the Bride
II. Untitled #1
III. Nightly Act
IV. Two Angels on a Beach
V. The Creek
VI. Mother
VII. Untitled #2
VIII. Winter Lamb
IX. Visitors


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