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“My dear, there are no keys to the palace”
light brown skinned woman with curly dark hair dressed in gauzy gown looking contemplative in halo-like crown with hair pinned up and curls coming down in field with tree and sunlight
“In a field of lilies trampled by warriors / the Shekhinah weeps”
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“as a world / as a house, a tree / exploding with birds”
black woman with frizzy blonde hair and wing-like black cape with arms spread in field of sunflowers eyes closed
“We praise you, Shekhinah, / who has given us life”
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“Here is the landscape: / Shekhinah and Malkhut, / Intermingling”
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“her presence undimmed but hidden as the new moon”
Sackcloth: A Poem for Tisha b’Av
Ritual to let go of synagogue building and the kedushah within, so that the building ultimately can be sold, repurposed, or demolished
Ritual for the Deconsecration of a Synagogue Space
“It’s my first time / to take up the rhythm, / keep count”
Count Her: Poem for Counting the Omer
Prayer for the journey of chemotherapy and the light which is carried within it
Prayer for Undergoing Chemotherapy

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