Omer's Poetry Podcast

Omer's Poetry Podcast

Hello dear friends! My name is Omer Toledano and welcome to my podcast. This podcast is dedicated to all people who love poetry, who enjoy reading it and listening to it. It is my personal testament to man's abilities to rise above his personal afflictions and go beyond whatever it is that he thinks and believes about himself, past what he knows to be true. Some of the poems which I will read to you in this podcast have been published. Others have not. I hope you will enjoy this listening experience.

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March 12, 2021

Poem by Omer Toledano

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Poem by Omer Toledano

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January 10, 2020

Poem from the book "WALKING WITH THE DIVINE: Poems of Love and Devotion" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "WALKING WITH THE DIVINE: Poems of Love and Devotion" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "WALKING WITH THE DIVINE: Poems of Love and Devotion" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "WALKING WITH THE DIVINE: Poems of Love and Devotion" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "WALKING WITH THE DIVINE: Poems of Love and Devotion" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "WALKING WITH THE DIVINE: Poems of Love and Devotion" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "WALKING WITH THE DIVINE: Poems of Love and Devotion" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "WALKING WITH THE DIVINE: Poems of Love and Devotion" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "WALKING WITH THE DIVINE: Poems of Love and Devotion" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "WALKING WITH THE DIVINE: Poems of Love and Devotion" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "WALKING WITH THE DIVINE: Poems of Love and Devotion" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "WALKING WITH THE DIVINE: Poems of Love and Devotion" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "Poetry: Songs I Sing to Myself" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "Poetry: Songs I Sing to Myself" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "Poetry: Songs I Sing to Myself" written by Omer Toledano

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Poem from the book "Poetry: Songs I Sing to Myself" written by Omer Toledano

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