Tahel Frosh is a contemporary Hebrew poet in Israel, a journalist and a social activist, born in 1977 in Tel Aviv and raised in Herzliya. Her poems often address all too common socio-economic ills, as the titles of her two published books of poetry reveal: Betsa (2014; could be translated as “Dirty money”) and Yahasei Ba’alut (2020, “Ownership”). With a law degree from Hebrew University and a degree in clinical psychology from Tel Aviv University, she is currently a doctoral student in Hebrew literature at Ben Gurion University of the Negev where she teaches, and a columnist for Israel’s leading Haaretz newspaper. She appeared on the cover of World Literature Today in 2015. The following poems will soon appear in Hebrew.