Writers’ Blokke
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Writers’ Blokke

Perpetual Flight to the Homeland

A landing poem

Photo by Sander Crombach on Unsplash

I keep closing and opening the window
of the airplane, in 24A, my lover in 24B
the wind rushes in, a category 5 hurricane
which I, for once, control

We descend on Jerusalem, bound to our seats
like magnets, we’ll never fully enter this land
promised to our fathers and not our…

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Rebecca Herz

Rebecca Herz

Poet, Social Work Student, Queer Feminist

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