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Rachel Kann

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Na’arah / Maiden

By On August 15, 2018

She, who is fearless, who walks out of the wilderness feral-shouldered and unbroken.… Read More

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Ohevet / Lover-Woman

By On August 1, 2018

And who would be healer, if not her?… Read More

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Meyaledet / Midwife

By On July 18, 2018

The sacred excavation of helixed antiquity and brand-newness.… Read More

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Tzovah / Templekeeper-Woman

By On July 4, 2018

I am the keeper of the house of secrets.… Read More

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Leitzanit / Sacred Fool-Woman

By On June 20, 2018

The thing to know is you know nothing.… Read More

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Mekonenet / Mourning Woman

By On June 6, 2018

There is an oceanic pain-knowing, a tide no soul should ever be made to swim against.… Read More

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Doreshet / Seeker-Woman

By On May 23, 2018

Your every step can’t help but grind riots of inquiry into the dusty dirt.… Read More

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In Service To The Queen

By On May 9, 2018

This hunger is what is meant to keep our hearts beating.… Read More

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Kindness / The Murmuration of Starlings

By On April 11, 2018

I’m talking directly to the tiny little you who lives inside of you.… Read More

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Our Mother In Exile

By On March 28, 2018

Infinity wants nothing so much as to fit its limitless rampant vastness into the littlest of spaces.… Read More

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