A Passover Poem (Reprint)

exodusLast year, I posted a poem I wrote about Passover. The poem considers the Passover story from the point of view of the women, coping with death and life and the journey.

It is analogous to Deborah’s song in Judges 5, which comes down to the mother of Sisera, the general fighting against Israel, wondering why her son hasn’t come home.
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Experience the first Passover night.?
An angel of death.
Holy terror.?
Blood on the door.?
Wailing mothers and dead sons.?
Wailing mothers whose sons were saved.

Deadly silence across the land.?
Egyptian neighbors come to the door.
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