Karen Alkalay-Gut
Karen Alkalay-Gut: POEMS

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POEMS

Poem in Yiddish

JERUSALEM REVIEW

TRANSLATIONS OF POETRY - HEBREW, ARABIC, YIDDISH, GERMAN, ETC.

TRANSLATIONS OF POETRY BY ALKALAY-GUT

Clothes

"Confessions of an Apicorous"

"Passover, 1957">

"Ars Poetica"

Lymphoma Poems

Galapagos Poems

Discovering Details

Alter Ego

Dedication

Desert Poetics

Athens

Some poems from Botteghe Oscure

Poems about Israel today

Martyrs

A POLITICAL POEM FOR PURIM

A Poem For Holocaust Day

from Birds of Tel Aviv University

Belly Dancing in Tel Aviv

Summer Suicide Camp

Shopping in Tel Aviv - March 2002

Apartment Hunting in Tel Aviv

The Land of Milk and Honey

A Plea for a Moratorium on Poems about Jerusalem

Symbols

The Intifada Child

Provocation

Live War

Gulf War Poems

An Homage and an Elegy to Yehuda Amichai

LIFE IN ISRAEL 1995-6

Advice

Lessons: For Abba Kovner

Scriberazone: The Friday Afternoon Arabic Movie Poems for the WTC and the Pentagon

Lawn Chairs - A poem by my brother, Joseph Rosenstein

Fruits

Bukra

Sara: Poems in Memory of Sara Gut

Love Soup

Reader Response

My Poetry Twin

Abortions

Lunch

Emily and Walt Drink Tea

My Mexico City Blues

Eurydice

A Widow's Cat

Exigencies

Holborn Station

Poetry and Public Toilets

The Other

Open Mike

Interrupted Love

Chagall: Paradise

Chagall: The Red House

Poland

The Porno Ladies

After Great Pain

Three Poems about Miriam

Jezebel

Joseph and Me

Bathsheva

Knowledge

A Poem For Holocaust Day

I Explain Darwin to the Rebbe

Try To Remember

After

Windows and Doors

Wisdom of the World

Passover Reflections

Nonsense

Death of a Salesman

from Love Soup

Kitchen

One of Those Nights

Ways to Love

Amateur Night

Tree

what i want

Television

Solomon

The New Century

Automatic Poems

smoking

outhouse

Petra

Bullshit

Insomnia

Identity

Swan Break Reconstructing Paul De Man

CLOTHES POEMS

from "Clothes Make the Poem" -- THE BELT
What if the poem leapt from its page and surrounded you like a rope or a belt tightening around your waist a pet snake charming the world to stay close and keep its distance, whirling you about to learn your meaning, your wholeness, your perfect self

Another version of the Belt Poem

Consider the Red Cloak

The Alsop Review

the history of a poemThe Drunken Boat Zyg Zag

Motherbird: What My Old Breasts Taught Me

The Frog Princei wanted to call my motherthe captive symbol and instruction poems

Taking Out the Trash Medical History

you are a shower of gold: a simple poem made interactive by Orit Kruglanski

soap opera

Towers

What She Saw

My Young Tits Cover Me

Live War Jenin

The Equinox and Yom Kippur The Body and other poems

14 poems in the Muse Apprentice Guild

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