Category Archives: pandemic

Free Verse by Tammi J. Truax

A Toast There is bread. There is butter.   I shelter in my place. You, in yours. Safe and warm.   We want for nothing really, except perhaps   freedom of movement, freedom from fear.   Let us look within, … Continue reading

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Has the Pandemic Made You More or Less Productive as a Writer?

Readers and Followers: Please comment below. • More or Less Productive as a Writer? Why? • What are you writing? Poetry? Short Short Stories, etc.? • Are they pandemic-related or something else? Thanks. Charlotte

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Blog Special: Keep This in Mind

Sashiko The sharpest needle with the brightest thread thrust back and forth through the tattered holes of the uncertainty in our daily  lives will keep the fabric of our humanity woven together by RM Yager Reprinted from StepAway Magazine, 2020 … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: April 22, 2020

senryu social distancing the snap of a wishbone wished alone by David Käwika Eyre (USA)

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