Mercy Of A Full Womb – Miriam Green

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Miriam Green writes a weekly blog at that chronicles through prose, poetry, and recipes her mother’s battle with Alzheimer’s. She holds an MA from the Shaindy Rudoff Program in Creative Writing at Bar Ilan University, and a BA from Oberlin College. Her poetry has appeared in several journals, including “Poet Lore,” the “Prose Poem Project,” “Ilanot Review,” “The Barefoot Review,” “Women in Judaism,” and “Poetica Magazine.” Her poem, “Questions My Mother Asked, Answers My Father Gave Her,” won the 2013 Reuben Rose Poetry prize. Miriam is a 20-year resident of Beer Sheva, Israel, and a mother of three.

2 thoughts on “Mercy Of A Full Womb – Miriam Green

  1. Sarah

    I love this poem. Aside from it’s beauty and form, the subject matter is dear to my heart. Well, you know that, my love. Chiski. Vamtzi! Your poems continue always to touch me.


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