Literary Mama writing about the many faces of motherhood
Miscarriage (1)

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Clusters of cells doubling each day,
Clusters of cells --
Why, you're dead today!
No wave goodbye,
No "sorry, no deal."
Just a line from the doctor,
Some suction, some steel.


Tamar Green Eisenstat lives in the Bronx with her husband and four children. Tamar is a lawyer turned stay-at-home mom who dabbles in writing parenting-centered poetry and creative nonfiction in the middle of the night over a glass of pinot noir.


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