The lovely Terveen Gill, editor of MasticadoresIndia, has published my poem titled ‘Half a dozen of the other, or: Jew’ in this esteemed publication. I am very thankful to Terveen for her kind support of my writing and wish her and the magazine the greatest success with their exciting new project.
56 thoughts on “My poem ‘Half a dozen of the other, or: Jew’ published on MasticadoresIndia”
I like the conversational way you’ve written this – how you have to steer back on track, interweaving your personal thoughts with the facts. Congratulations on having your work published 👏😊.
❤ Marion ❤ – thank you so much!
Congratulations, David. I think I know you better now. ❤️
💜 Punam 💜 – mission accomplished, then!
🙂 Tina 🙂 – thanks so much!
❤ Jermena ❤
I loved your poem!… left a message on Masticadores too!👏👏👏
💞🤍 Cindy 🤍💞
💕 Thanks, Nick 💕
Congratulations, David. I left a brief comment on the poem’s site. Thank you for continuing to share and educate. 🙏🏼
😍 Michele 😍
❤ Thanks, Mitch ❤
Congratulations, David. Thrilled for you!
✨🙏🏻✨ Paul ✨🙏🏻✨
Meant to mention yesterday, David. Read and re-read the poem after commenting after first read. You hit the right combination of entertaining with a poetic flair and educational. Very much enjoyed. Thanks, and keep up the good work!
💜 Paul 💜 – you are very kind.
Excellent and well deserved.
In the garment center when I worked there 40 years ago Yiddish was sprinkled into conversations by Jews and non-Jews alike.
I’m always fascinated by how things become adopted and then considered exclusive and The Way Things Always Were. (K)
Me too ❣️
I think about that a lot, actually.