Jews without Jerusalem? You can't forget Jerusalem. It's in the news, it goes away, it's back in the news. It's in the prayers, and it's in some of my favorite poems, especially the poems of one of my favorite poets, Yehuda Amichai. In my latest piece for "Good Letters," I imagine what it's like to be a Jew without Jerusalem. What's posted on Good Letters today, it turns out, may be just the beginning of a more extended exploration of the various ways Jerusalem has moved into and lives in me, even when I'm living far away from it.