A Poem For Purim: An Esther On Disguise

By Roberta Chester  

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On Purim we wanted to be Esther with crown and scepter, sequins and satins and gowns of tulle, bangles and baubles and luminous jewels, smart as she was beautiful, brave as she was good, designated by heaven, to reign over the neighborhood.

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