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Baba Yaga Tries to Donate Money

by on Jul 1, 2014 in Poetry | 1 comment

Showed up at a gala with a pocketbook of bones, with a checkbook of birch bark. No valet parking for my mortar and pestle? No, my dress of twigs is VERY MUCH black tie! What do you mean, too old for your fucking gala? So that did not go well. Though ash and soot make excellent skin...

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Where the Ocean Falls into Itself

by on Nov 5, 2013 in Poetry | 1 comment

for B   where the ocean falls into itself /in what we would consider adverse conditions that include pressure, crushing cold, darkness/ the bioluminescence of you leaks into dreams — bold through the world–layers /hybrid in its nature of mimicry&attraction/ no longer expelled...

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Thirteen Principles of Faith

by on Apr 18, 2011 in Poetry | 0 comments

by Rose Lemberg (1) Exalted be the Living G-d and praised, He exists – unbounded by time is His existence. time has collapsed into a pearl six million lifetimes pressed into my heart – and ground to ashes there, where time does not exist in which to grieve for G-d (2) He is One...

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Love’s Ecology

by on Oct 12, 2010 in Poetry | 0 comments

By Rose Lemberg 1. I have been free but didn’t know myself. I won’t be free again, but now I know 2. Your fingers are my bread, your eyes my wine, your body my tender birds your heart my meat. It rots between my teeth. Your body fills up with worms in which the bloated birds find poison...

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