Monday, January 21, 2019

Poetry

The Jews' Blues Photo by Audrey Honig

The Jews’ Blues

In a world that makes fun of Jews, maintaining her Jewish identity is challenge.
"You Have Not Walked the Same Streets as Me - a photo by Ayelet Kalfus"

You Have Not Walked the Same Streets as Me

A powerful poem reflecting on sexual harassment.
"Sabbath Silence - a photo by Liora Meyer"

Sabbath Silence

Yael Perlman describes the quiet moments and poetic rituals of her family's Sabbath dinner.
Ignition - Sasha Hochman

With Love

"I’m in love with a girl who makes me feel like the whole world."
Untitled - Kyke Dyke - Aliza A-M

Kyke Dyke

A poem about finding the beauty in being a Jewish lesbian.
Fire#1 - Chalotte Daniels

Four Questions from Jewish Summer Camp

How would you describe your experience at Jewish Summer Camp?
Mother Daughter - Avrah Ross

Inspired by the Stories Bella Told Me

A poem reflecting on fractured memory.
Crumpled Sheet - flickr

Crumpled Sheet of Paper

Lexie Fried writes an unfiltered poem about sexual assault.
Waves - Gali Davar

An Obituary to My Soul

"I may be gone forever or I might return..."

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