chapter  4
Research Poetry: An Example
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Never, no matter what kind of crisis I was going through, did it ever occur to me to be anything but Jewish. Or to be nothing.

Rabbis sigh, throw up their hands: How are gay Orthodox Jews the solution if they’re the problem? Abe says, I’m not too Jewish, shut inside a double closet away from religion, identity shoved into different boxes, passes for parents as a devoutnot queerJew when in shul1.