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Guest Post

Why A Jew Would Move To Mexico

By On November 5, 2018

Three poems about being Jewish in Mexico.… Read More

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Yo, I’m Dissatisfied. And Scared. Please Help!

By On November 4, 2018

A poem on a Penn Station wall inspired my own poem about what I want, need, and hope for at this difficult moment.… Read More

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Imperfect Acts Of Persistence

By On October 30, 2018

How can such beauty coexist with its opposite? … Read More

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Oreget / Weaver-Woman

By On October 24, 2018

Imagine a web of gracious creation woven from utter destruction.… Read More

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If Really You Doubt

By On October 18, 2018

An ode by a predator to his prey.… Read More

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The Day My Inner Child Cries For My Father

By On October 15, 2018

The day I miss my father the most.… Read More

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Eim / Mother

By On October 10, 2018

One last contraction, push.… Read More

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After Every Winter, a Summer

By On October 9, 2018

At school's start, she was asked to bring in a plant. It was already deep October… Read More

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It’s Weird To Think

By On October 7, 2018

I explore all kinds of things that are weird to think about and invite you to join me.… Read More

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More Like The Big Whimper

By On October 4, 2018

We are afraid/He did it in six days.… Read More

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