Unique Yom Kippur 2020 Poems For Children

I Hope That These Top Yom Kippur Poems For Children Will Bring You The Blessing On This Holiday:

Unique Yom Kippur Poems For Children

Silver Entrails Invite Me.
Instead Of Chopping A Fish
I’m In One.
Is This A Fish That Offers Blessings?
In Its Giant Hollows
Caverns Pulsate With Blood.
Eggs Spread In Clouds
Out Into The Ocean.
The Deeper You Go In
The Quieter It Gets.

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Dusk Falls And It’s All Over.
I Go Home Past Children Playing In The Autumn Cool.
In Just Enough Light To Catch Sycamores By,
They Polish Conkers In Their Small Hands.
I Pick One Up. An Uneven Globe, A Chunky Seed.
A Child’s Weapon; And A Burnished Promise.

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Yom Kippur These Days Means Fish.
He Likes Fish After His Fast;
Herring, Ice-Grey, Stick-Rolled.
Baked, Fried, Chopped Hake Or Cod,
Or Whiting From Autumn Shops.

Yom Kippur Afternoon He Reads
“Jonah”. The Way His Father Always Did It.
The Words Are Old Patterns On Wall-Paper
In A Room In The Unchanged House.

Onion-Eyed, Fish-Handed, I See
My Bared Breath On Stainless Steel.
Glinting, His Fish Lies Diagonal, Stiff
Beside My Reflection. I Push It Under
The Tap. Its Eyes Catch Wet Sunshine.

All I Have Left, God, Is A Fish.
All You Seem To Have Left Me Is A Fish.

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