03/13/2019

“The Day of My Bat Mitzvah is a Day to Remember” – Poem by Malkie Peiser

BS”D The day of my Bat Mitzvah is a day to remember This day is something indeed to treasure The fear, the nervousness, the anxiousness and pressure Fear leads to anger as anger leads to […]
03/11/2019

Poem: “Finding Hidden Light” by Temima Rocklin

BS”D While attending a JGU Creative Online Writing Club (Adar I 19/February 24) led by a pair of our own students, Temima Rocklin from Toronto, Canada, wrote this beautiful poem to apply the theme of […]
12/25/2018

Poetry by Samantha Silk, in Loving Memory of Tree of Life’s Slain

BS”D I am a 15-year-old girl who lives in Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh near the Tree of Life synagogue shooting. These are some poems that I wrote on the day of the attack. ******************************** “Oh, My […]
11/02/2018

Poem About Sarah Imeinu by Neshama Sari

Sarah Imeinu is an amazing mother, who I hope to be like one day She is such an inspiration – from her footsteps to her times to pray  She had three special miracles inside her tent: […]
11/01/2018

She Saw My Light by Malkie Peiser

Deep in her tent, I smelled the bread baked and doughy like hers does Her candles are burning bright, shining in colors – rainbowed, chiffon light of love Walking through the sand I felt her […]
10/31/2018

Sara by Blumi Marosov

Sara, my mother Your legacy has upheld thousands of generations Self-sacrifice through your pain When you gave up being the mother of nations Yet you were granted your dream and thus became Sara, my mother […]
10/30/2018

Poem About Sarah Imeinu by Sorole Golomb

Sara Imeinu.  My mother. My Matriach. My role model. Whom I try to emulate. Not that we met Although our souls may have. Not that I tasted her loaves Fresh from the previous week. Not […]
10/30/2018

Who Am I? by Feiga Khutoretsky

I’m at an age when I truly feel With confidence and yearning so real; I struggle to discover who I want to be It’s a balance of worlds and realities. One question with which I […]
10/30/2018

Sarah Emainu by Hadassa Harrel

Sarah Emainu, the first Jewish woman and Avraham Avinu’s wife, was a remarkable woman, and an incredible role model for all young Jewish girls. Sarah Emainu inspires me in many ways. As we all know, […]
05/28/2018

Start by Elisheva Dulitz

I am a sprout starting to grow; There are so many things I want to know. Sara Imeinu is in my heart; I am a leader from end to start. There are so many things […]
05/25/2018

The Sarah that Never Stopped by Sarah Nessya Wolfe

  A giggle Resembling the joyous echo Of glasses meeting With bewildered hope Sounded throughout a tent A four-doored dwelling In the dusty desert Belonging to Abraham, our Patriarch And Sarah, our Matriarch The Sarah […]
05/25/2018

The Grand Tour of Sarah Imeinu’s Life by Tzivia Osdoba

Of a special woman’s life, you’ll now get a tour; Just come and step in, right through the wide open door! Sarah Imeinu is an example for us all; Her incredible Middos are known far […]
05/24/2018

Strong as a Wall – Poem about Sarah by Tova Weiss

Sarah was as strong as a wall And was known by all She had such a face And was full of grace She had lots of love And was sweet as a dove She stood […]
05/24/2018

Sarah’s Candles – a Poem by Bina Meyers

Davening silently, her hands covering her eyes That she should be blessed with a son, she cries Her Shabbos candles so magnificent One of the miracles in her tent The Challos’ smell, so fresh and […]
05/22/2018

Her Legacy – A Poem about Sarah by Mushka Newman

Sara our mother, our matriarch, our leader Her beauty would shine from inside to out A big role model from her there is so much we can learn The seeds of kindness in the world […]
05/17/2018

Megillas Rus Poem by Malkie Peiser

BS”D Ruth, a dedicated and devoted woman of biblical times Chose to stay with Naomi and accompany her, even though she was bitter without a facial shine Heartbroken and devastated from the losses of her […]
03/27/2018

The March from Mitzrayim to Eretz Yisrael by Malkie Peiser

BS”D Little Moshe in the basket floating in the Nile                                     Grew up in the palace as Batya’s adopted child Was chosen to be the leader among the Jews It’s been a long journey through […]
03/18/2018

Sarah’s Candles: A Song by Basya Taub

To the Tune of: Avinu Malkainu Two candles she lights On Friday night One for herself, one for Avraham But for a son none CHORUS Sarah Imainu A role-model of womanhood Like a queen, so […]
03/18/2018

Vanquishing Darkness by Rivka Presman

A little girl Lying in bed Dreaming about how they would have been Life in the orphanage is so dreary Annual picnic, oh, what a treat! So many new friends to meet One girl standing […]
02/28/2018

Jolly Purim by Malkie Peiser

BS”D Purim celebrates the salvation of the Jewish people One hundred and twenty-seven provinces as big as a steeple There stood a king upon his high throne Like a perplexed man, on his golden chair […]