Miriam Biderman

Oh wind

Oh wind, have you seen her?
No, not this one, but the other one

Are you the wind that blows no good?
Are you the wind that can soothe and caress
a burning body with distorted skin?

Are you the wind that comes from the East and destroys all it envelops?
Or are you the wind that comes from the West and brings the healing rain?

Oh wind, will you see them?

No, not only those who all perished together,
but this one too – she has suffered for such a long time.

She must learn to let go!
We must learn to let go!

Oh wind, will you help us in our struggle and pain?
Blow your hardest and take away our grief and strain.

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One comment on “Miriam Biderman

  1. This is so beautiful, Miriam. Knowing what you have lived through makes it even more meaningful. I wish you long life. Cathy

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