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Aliyah Unity


I handed my siddur to you,
After you passed your glasses,
To the young man who shared his water,
With the matron wrapping her sweater,
Around the tiny one.
Little lovely, in turn, smiled date honey
To the man sent to settle the hills.

KJ Hannah Greenberg’s writing has appeared in numerous venues worldwide, including in: Fallopian Falafel, Horizons, Mishpacha Magazine, Poetry Super Highway, Scribblers on the Roof, The Blue New Yorker, The Jerusalem Post and The New Vilna Review. She is the author of Oblivious to the Obvious: Wishfully Mindful Parenting (French Creek Press, 2010).

Photo Credit: Yiftach Paltrowitz
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