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Rachel Kann

Poem

How to Bless the New Moon

By On March 14, 2018

Let others bask in the surety of sunlight. You were born of the moonlight tribe.… Read More

Music Video

WATCH: “Another Star/Another Queen (A Purim Poem)” By Rachel Kann

By On February 28, 2018

Purim Sameach from your friendly neighborhood sacred feminine uprising!… Read More

Poem

The Deborah Number (Shirat Devorah)

By On February 14, 2018

Valentine Shmalentine, where're my Devorah-hearts at?… Read More

Music

Tu B’Shvat Double Blessing

By On January 30, 2018

If there's one thing I love, it's sweet-talking plants. Tu B'Shvat Sameach!… Read More

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

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