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"Andrea (Andi) Moriah began to set her poetry down in writing when she was well into her 50s. As soon as she could seat herself in front of a computer, after months spent at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem recovering from a stem cell transplant for leukemia, Andi began to write. God and Science had given her a second crack at life, and she was going to get it right and write it down.
...On June 17, 2012 Andrea Moriah's remarkable odyssey was abruptly and cruelly brought to an end when she succumbed to an untreatable and deadly virus.
...Andi's muse did not restrict its sway to poetry. Sculpting in clay attrached her as well in the same period, and she created a collection of ceramic pieces....as varied in style, mood, and subject matter as were her poems." (A Collection of Poems by Andea Moriah," by Wendy Sandler, 2014)