Excerpt from Songs of Grief and Gladness and "Deborah"
I.) These poems are idealistic, and often strike a high and noble note, as in My Creed.
The author's spirit is intensely nationalistic. He is not only an idealist, but distinctly and fervently a Hebrew idealist. ... Wherever his body may be, his soul dwells in Zion. Over and over again, in different forms occurs the exhortation with which he closes A Zionist Marseillaise.
The invincible passion with which the poet clings to this idea is very well expressed in his lines, They Tell Me.
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