Tiferet Welch

My poetry is, I hope, steeped in modern Jewish mysticism and draws on the arc of Torah and deeply felt personal experience to create a sensuous and sensual swirl of living in and through the four worlds, especially in the time of the pandemic.
Exploring the parshiot by way of the sages, drawing out the kaballistic essence, mining the subterranean allusions of the Hebrew letters and binding them all within the personal, the poems form a chronicle of this liminal time.
light skinned man with short brown beard with arm around woman in black shirt with short brown hair shown from the back
January 28, 2023
nine candles lit against black background
December 25, 2022
person standing small on rocky land beneath blue sky full of stars
December 1, 2022
closeup of crystal with lit tea light in background on paper with typed words
November 23, 2022
autumn forest with path between trees and waning light
October 26, 2022
October 20, 2022
lit candle, thick and white, next to white petal on wood table against black background
September 29, 2022
person with backpack on standing outdoors looking out onto a misty sky with blurry landscape in the distance
August 28, 2022

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