front-line soldiers

soldiers.pick up your rifles,your gowns,your masks,your shoes. march in time with the melody,a changing melodythe melody of history. Tend to the bloodied,the broken, the bruised,the sick. Smiles for today,tomorrow,and all the tiring days past. Wear yellow for the sun,for a smile,even when your heart is blue. Fight against bigotry,racism,unjust killings. Let your voices be heard,letContinue reading “front-line soldiers”

Nothing Will Be The Same

Nothing will be the same, you see? The masks, the gloves… We’re all afraid to touch each other. We don’t want to be in enclosed spaces surrounded by living breathing people who can… I shudder to even think about it. And the poor children! How they must go to school… haven’t you heard about theContinue reading “Nothing Will Be The Same”

Self-Care During Quarantine

While we are forced to stay inside, it’s easy to forget about self-care. After all, self-care is for the people who are busy all the time and who have to deal with the hourly rush of homework among other activities. For us at home, watching television is a form of self-care. It really isn’t. It’sContinue reading “Self-Care During Quarantine”

Things We Miss from the Pre-Covid World

It’s normal to miss things. Especially since the world has practically turned upside down on us. We, in the United States, have been stuck in our houses for about four months. I remember the day that students were told we were not allowed to go back to school. March 13, a rainy Friday. Above all,Continue reading “Things We Miss from the Pre-Covid World”

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