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A musing on remarriage

By Laura Baudo Sillerman
Breakfast this morning with the widower of a friend now nearly four years gone.  He told me he’s getting married in the fall.  Of course, I wished him well and felt grateful that he’d waited this long. Walking home I wondered about loyalty and how to manifest my continuing devotion to the woman and inspiration I miss each day. This…
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Poetry Friday: A Prose Poem Question from Alkalay-Gut

By Women's Voices For Change
The Belt What if the poem leapt from its page and surrounded you – like a rope or a belt tightening around your waist – a pet snake charming the world to stay close and keep its distance, whirling you about to learn your meaning, your wholeness, your perfect self Born in London on the last night of the Blitz,…
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