How Would You Describe A Miracle? by Leah Lubin

How Would You Describe A Miracle? by Leah Lubin

How Would You Describe A Miracle? by the American artist and author Leah Lubin. Enjoy this Spring day, Yareah Magazine friends! Art is Everywhere.

How Would You Describe A Miracle? by Leah Lubin

How Would You Describe A Miracle? by Leah Lubin

How Would You Describe A Miracle?

I am writing to tell you about what’s going on.

I am waiting for major changes in my world.

How would you describe a miracle about to take place but you don’t know when, where, or even how?

“Why, why do you need a miracle?” I hear you say.

Well, that’s what it’s going to take for the shift to happen in my life so that I can continue my work in art and literature, and still be true to the human aspect of me.

The woman inside.


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  • Gloria Rodikis

    I love miracles and human angels and such miracles can happen in the saddest moments…I love your poem!


is an author and artist. Born in Haifa, Israel in 1951, she moved to England when she was six years old. By the time she was 14, she knew that she wanted to be an artist, and at the age of 17, she enrolled in the Barnet College of Art, part of the London University system. She moved to the United States in 1979, and became an American citizen in 1986. Leah now makes her home in California.

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