On the Other Hand

On the Other Hand
(c) Rabbi Menachem Creditor

On the one hand
the Good Book
contains a lot:
David, Moses, and miracles.

On the other hand,
the Good Book also holds
giant frogs and talking donkeys.

The more it turns,
from hand to hand,
the more it holds.

That's why it's
such a good book.

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