Dizengoff and Frishman

December 2011 Hanukkah, candle lighting in the shops, soofganiyot, families on vacation, standing on the corner of Dizengoff and Frishman I notice a young, handsome, young man, shoulder length black hair, slim, wearing red jeans, black boots, a long black coat; looked like a hipster one would see in Los Angeles. I kept my eye on him as he crossed the street, dug into a trash can and took out someone’s discarded food and proceeded to eat. looks are deceptive, hunger pervasive.

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