The ones who lead us to the troubles, who?

By Mahmoud H, Palestine   The ones who lead us to the troubles, who? Now I am going to tell you bro  The problem is not the two fighting kids  The problem is with the greedy elders  Even though they get grey and bold  They are like mountains, selfish, and solid  Yes, they remain Like … Continue reading The ones who lead us to the troubles, who?

She lays down her sword

By Abigail Levitt, Israel The Knight in shining armour Takes her helmet off To reveal her golden hair Her powerful pelvis Her life-bearing womb She lays down her sword And washes away her sins She looks up at the stars At the tower At the rope Made of women's hair All the women who came … Continue reading She lays down her sword

”And wondering about our persistence to live”

By  Mohammed  M,  Gaza,  Palestine I went to the market, for an emergency. Quickly, I got dressed. I don’t know why I didn’t look back at the mirror this time, As I usually do. Habitually I check myself in the mirror once and twice Before I go out. This has nothing to do with my … Continue reading ”And wondering about our persistence to live”

White is a beautiful color by Thilleli Lily, Algeria

You've been hurt and had to man up, like any girl who wants to grow up. You don't trust men, you don't let them explain, but between heaven and hell, we'll meet again. You keep treating me harshly, but I love you blindly. There is a party at the beach, Maybe we can share our … Continue reading White is a beautiful color by Thilleli Lily, Algeria

A poem by Abigail Levitt

Can we take the beauty, the love, the goodness, the warmth, the caring, the willingness to sacrifice, the love, and use them to build a world of love, a land of peace, a place of belonging for both peoples?   We have so much love to give, We really do We fight out of our … Continue reading A poem by Abigail Levitt