Zeev Kachel, a writer, poet and artist, published three books: a prose book “Dams Erupting” in 1957, a poetry book “Can We Still Love” in 1961, and a prose book “Beyond The Window, What Day Is It Today” in collaboration with his daughter, Uvi Poznansky in 1977. Until his passing at the age of ninety four, he created a prolific body of work, alternating between painting and writing. However, he archived his latest poems. They were never published in his lifetime. During the mourning period for his death, a treasure was found in his apartment: a great number of poems never before shared with others. They had been written out of pain, in response to his separation from his wife at the age of seventy. One line after another, they create an array of emotions, starting with love, through a sense of betrayal, loneliness, despair, waiting for death and ending with acceptance. This process is reflected in the editing of this book.