British Jewish poet, translator, and social activist
Nina Salaman (née Davis) (1877–1925) was a British poet. Many of her poems and translations are included in the Routledge festival prayer books still used today.
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- Ours it is to bear the Sabbath in our souls.
- Poem The Sabbath (1918)
- Surely a limit boundet every woe,
But mine enduring anguish hath no end
- Poem A Song of Redemption
- At the dawn I seek Thee,
Refuge, Rock sublime;
Set my prayer before thee in the morning,
And my prayer at eventime.
- Poem At the dawn I seek Thee