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Tag Archives: Coronavirus

Joy and Sorrow

I live in a quiet country neighborhood. Everyone gets along; we don’t really visit back and forth. We wave and shout hello at the mailbox …

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Modern Day Quarantine

In contemplating my current quarantine status, I am reminded of all that have been in similar, if not more distressing, situations before our beloved (hated) …

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A New Normal

Our world seems as though it has come to a halt. So much of our everyday-ness has been redefined. Who would have ever thought of …

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Sleepless Nights

I was having trouble falling asleep last night. So I tried to trick my racing thoughts into making sense. This is my poem for those …

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Together When Apart

Little Molly, my great niece, is nine years old. She’ll be 10 this coming August, and I’m hoping by then, this pandemic will be under …

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Random Corona Notes

3/17/2020 —Three days into “sheltering in place” because of the Coronavirus and I’m ready to rebel. Not against the quarantine itself, but the nomenclature. I …

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