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Coronavirus May 2020

Just a few lines from my recent reading. “When the sweat comes back this summer, 1528, people say, as they did last year, that you won’t get it if you don’t think about it. But how can you not?” Wolf … Continue reading

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Coronavirus April 2020

Pure air, blossom scent Spring returns to silenced streets Mourning doves coo … coo …

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Coronavirus March 2020

Plague. Such an antiquated term, conjuring ignorance and myth and black-hooded reapers; bodies piled in ancient blanket-covered carts. But last night, while I slept, 800 people died in Spain. Our plague is washed in white–masked and gloved. Darkness hides behind … Continue reading

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