Saturday, November 16, 2019

Poetry

Persephone by Mira Trachtenberg - Photo by Phil Dolby

Persephone

"Perhaps she wasn't taken...Early in the night..."
No Name by Rebecca Norman – Photo by Seth Sawyers

No Name

What do you do when everyone around you is trying to bring you down?
Shield Yourselves by Elena Eisenstadt

Allow Me to Paint a Picture of the Siren

Her two forms circle like the seasons: Maiden and Monster Deceptively innocent beauty; Brilliant guillotine danger. Life and death incarnate. She is the Maiden, the dream, Cloudfar sunsets, radiant; Aphrodite...
Letters of 1934 by Emily Char

Letters of 1934

Two women in different parts of the world question where God has gone as the Holocaust looms before them.
Hope Together by Talia Zames - Photo by Aliza Abusch-Magder

Hope Together

The Western Wall can be a beacon of hope and pride to every Jew who needs a guiding light.
Concrete Windows by Charlotte Daniels

Concrete Windows

What do you see when you look through a concrete wall?
Pretty Boy by Ava Weiss - Photo by Aliza Abusch-Magder

Pretty Boy

A writer examines the inner conflict we deal with when it comes to abusive relationships...
Hibakusha by Aviva Katz - Photo by Liora Meyer

Hibakusha

A poem explores the experience of a nuclear bomb from a Japanese perspective.
The Menu is Overwhelming by Emanuellle Sippy - Photo by Aliza Abusch-Magder

The Menu is Overwhelming

"But when ambition reaches its boil, life with makes my mouth water...No, it’s not a prefix."
Revelations by Aura Avrunin - Photo by Charlotte Daniels

Revelations

How did you view the world as a child? A poet explores a dramatic shift in view as we age.
A.N.X.I.E.T.Y by Anonymous - Photo by Liora Meyer

A.N.X.I.E.T.Y

With vivid imagery, a writer describes the brutal waves of anxiety.
Holy Love by Giovanna Wiseman

Holy Love

A poem about love and intimacy inspired by Sylvia Plath.

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