Woman, First Person Singular
Bitan Publishers, 1995.
A woman is looking for the meaning of life in the minute details
and commitments of everyday life, searching for the wonder in the routine,
the extraordinary within the ordinary. In the process,
she discovers new spaces opening up between the kitchen,
the balcony and the street:
a woman in the kitchen
is watching the birth of day
dipping into Great Expectations
with a cup of coffee and remains of a cheese cake
a key that doesn’t exist
a non-existent door
to a room that isn’t there
How would you like your coffee?"