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“Hashem yereicham, Source of Mercy and comfort, be with us now…”
a prayer book on a lectern with a Star of David
“It’s exhausting. / Like, literally, exhausting, / being a Gen-Z Jew these days…”
a screen showing various social media icons
“I pray to a God of peace / a God that doesn’t love us differently…”
A man walks alone at the sea
” And when this holiday ends, another flame will rise and fall, and another, and another…”
Hanukkah candles lit in two hanukkiyot
“1935, the girls are packing / for America. / Their parents will not wait for things to get worse.”
Passover Haggadah
In this beautiful poem, the author explores her loss of innocence and search for understanding.
two long rows of yahrzeit candles some of them lit
“Try not to think / of the children who are not getting their baths, / who are not getting their parents.”
person wearing brown tallit silhouetted against the sunset
“We are with each other. We are not alone. / We will do what we have always done.”
An Israeli flag over Jerusalem
“Seeking an impossible calm, we bed / down our gardens for the winter, / wishing we too could sleep soundly.”
the sun shines through the sky on an autumn path
“I take it off when I get to the parking lot / and hide my Star of David, / cover my Hebrew tattoo…”
Gold star of david hanging from branch against blue sky

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