Alice Liberman


Haiku is an aah

or perhaps a wondrous awe

that springs to a poet’s mind.


*  *  *


Leaves waltz with the wind

gowned in reds, yellows and greens

to heady fall tunes.


* * *


A Lilac scent

masks polluted air

I inhale deeply.


* * *


Once proud sunflowers posture

now hang their heads in shame

but I will remember.


* * *


I see through the fog

A distorted view of life

Not picture perfect.


* * *


Death looms overhead

ready to greedily grasp

no other exit.



Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal Spring 2010 Volume 7 Number 1

ISSN 1209-9392

© 2010 Women in Judaism, Inc.


All material in the journal is subject to copyright; copyright is held by the journal except where otherwise indicated. There is to be no reproduction or distribution of contents by any means without prior permission. Contents do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors.



© 1997-2018 Women in Judaism, Inc. ISSN 1209-9392

Women in Judaism, Inc. is a registered not-for-ptofit organization.

Thornhill, Ontario, Canada


If you enjoy this journal, please consider donating.