Type: Poem

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Poem of gratitude on healing from illness with the support of a partner
light skinned man with short brown beard with arm around woman in black shirt with short brown hair shown from the back
“Jacob teaches, / We weave / And reweave, / The narratives / Of our lives”
three candles glowing orange yellow in the dark
“For a short while the lights mingle harmoniously”
lighting all white hanukkah candles in window with reflection of candles
“For the first time / I will miss / The Hanukkah lights”
nine candles lit against black background
“I look to the next candle in line, / still alive with yellow glow and hope”
fully lit hanukkiyah in the dark with another hanukiyah in the background that appears to be a reflection of the first
“On the land / we were forbidden to light / candles, they now burn / under rocket-fire”
close up of five hanukkah candles burning in the dark
“We never threw our brother / into a well, but coveted / his stories and dreams”
waves rippling and crashing to shore
“Teach us to spin apart the light in this dark.”
person holding lit tea light candle near rows of other lit tea lights
“What if we looked back on every / misery, if not with gratitude, / then with awe?”
young man wrapped in colorful blanket climbing mountain in the desert
“I would lean into the darkness”
silhouette of person walking in desert toward sunset

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