You can’t deface this synagogue

You can’t find my synagogue Because I’m not even Jewish You can’t vandalize this synagogue Because it is invisible You can’t reach this synagogue because it is made of hope, reverence, tradition, a long study of the torah, a deep care for knowledge, learning, and mystical beauty You can’t paint slogans on this synagogue because it is hidden from view, shared among people who love each other, care for each...

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The Day After

Today the cats wander the house wishing for different weather they ask us to open the door now and then maybe thinking that one more time when we do somehow it will be better li​ttle do they know that it is the day after Christmas and it is the law that little or nothing can happen today

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December 18, 1949

It’s December 18, 1949, and I’m held in a warm, beating, comforting, but decreasingly sized space. I’m fed through a tube in my belly, and I hear a high song of love. Just out the door awaits a world of actions, movements, words and decisions I will open that door in two days, in the Allen Memorial Hospital Waterloo, Iowa 12:33 pm Setting out on a path and an intention to do this life better than the last and to be...

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Tuesday night

Tuesday night all my dear ones fast asleep a cold night before a cold winter one thing I’d like to mention is that if we ever met or even if we haven’t thanks for sharing this planet, this time, this air

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Naked White Men

Naked white men standing on the hill up until now dressed in rags, hidden in the crags and caves of this holy mountain Now crawled to the top clothes off patting each other on the back “See how we are dominant again, see how we rule, how we run the world again?” Still, standing and watching you the naked white men on top of the hill, we see you, again. We see you naked, there, you cannot hide. We see you for what you are...

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