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Poem

A Call To (Open) Arms

By On August 16, 2017

I got you.… Read More

Poem

Memory Makes No Distinction

By On August 14, 2017

This is a poem about intergenerational memories; ones so powerful they are passed down through the DNA.… Read More

Poem

The End Of Something, Or The Beginning

By On August 7, 2017

We can go anywhere from here.… Read More

Poem

Tu B’Av Bullerengue

By On August 2, 2017

Know that this restoration existed before the shattering ever began.… Read More

Poem

The Yard is Light At 6:00 AM

By On August 1, 2017

This is both a love poem and a prayer. … Read More

Poem

In The Time Of Our Sorrow

By On July 19, 2017

We sweeten the darkness, light the bitterness.… Read More

Poem

How Strange To Bury A Friend

By On July 10, 2017

There is no lightening this impossible load. … Read More

Poem

Rock The Bells

By On July 5, 2017

You ring the bells, we are the bells you are ringing.… Read More

Poem

I Would Prefer Not To: My Buddy Bartleby The Scrivener

By On July 2, 2017

To so many common expectations, I say: "I would prefer not to."… Read More

Poem

For the Messiah, or Whomever

By On June 29, 2017

A poem for the end.… Read More

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