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Rachel Kann

Essay

The Uprising Of The Sacred Feminine In Real Time, (Too)

By On January 17, 2018

A lot of what you are seeing in the world right now is a collective re-triggering of old wounds, in a constant onslaught.… Read More

Poem

Dogwood Winter

By On January 3, 2018

Even the breeze who incessantly sweet-talks the rose knows she was born thorned for good reason.… Read More

Poem

Hanukkah: Illumined Nation/The Rededication Of Space

By On December 6, 2017

This Hanukkah, the world is upside down. Let's flip the script. … Read More

Music

WATCH: “I See You” By Rachel Kann

By On November 22, 2017

Watch "I See You," a Hevria poem brought to life by director Jeffrey Bomberger.… Read More

Poem

Burn This

By On November 8, 2017

I am elemental-celestial, fashioned by the hands of my ancestors from their very own prayers and bones.… Read More

Poem

The Most Unkindest Cut Of All

By On October 24, 2017

You are a violent glamour, a dagger carved from obsidian.… Read More

Music

WATCH: “Dancing Lesson” by Rachel Kann

By On October 11, 2017

Rachel's new RHPFF award-nominated poetry & dance video.… Read More

Poem

The Cartography Of Heaven

By On September 27, 2017

Is it even a leap of faith if you know you can’t help but land softly?… Read More

Poem

Pasturing Amongst Roses: A Prayer For Elul

By On August 30, 2017

Let us know the generousness of wild, abiding and unbounded love.… Read More

Poem

A Call To (Open) Arms

By On August 16, 2017

I got you.… Read More

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