Sunday, May 19, 2019

Poetry

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.
Two Parallel Lovers by Ayelet Fishman - Photo by Liora Meyer

Two Parallel Lovers

"They traveled in the same direction, although they never crossed, but without each other, they seemed to be lost."

Dear Grandma

When a loved one passes on, precious moments of prayer can become deeper in meaning and significance.
Enough by Madison Hahamy - Photo by Aliza Abusch-Magder

Enough

"I want to be a splash of paint on a blank canvas...Endless opportunity brought with the stroke of a hand."
The Jews' Blues Photo by Audrey Honig

The Jews’ Blues

In a world that makes fun of Jews, maintaining her Jewish identity is challenge.

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