My poem, Jerusalem Forest, was recently published in the Deltona Howl Literary Magazine. You can read it, in full, here.
Like a wave, I woke and felt despair crashing down around me, filling my eyes and nose and my ears. 538 and the New York Times agreed: Our President had mutated into its future self. […]
May we keep trying to beat our swords into ploughshares Even though our hands our tired our fingers are frail Our bombs into sphygmomanometers Even though our hearts are grown heavy and sad. Because, I think, the act […]
Photo by A. Daniel Roth. This Shabbat, activists in 15 locations around the world will hold events, actions and Shabbat services under the framework of a Global Shabbat Against Demolition (New York City, London, Pittsburgh, Susiya, […]
They worshipped: Like babies, maybe, vulnerable and hopeful God send us more goodness Or maybe they thought about sex Or taxes or or what snacks they would have next Doritos, maybe. Or their families. Maybe they […]
Originally posted on The Leftern Wall:
1. In this new year, may justice rain down like fish. Could also be a metaphor for activism… 2. In this new year, may we find reason to laugh…
Sunrise in Susiya (a poem) I woke in the middle of the night laughing from fear of a dog or a coyote or a ghoul that wandered by my head snuffling and grumbling and my god […]