Thinking Back

The virus doesn’t care how you want to be remembered. The virus is not a jury, it doesn’t deliberate. The virus is a judge. A hanging judge. The virus is inclusive. The virus doesn’t know essential from a waste of space. The virus is non-partisan It reaches across the aisle.   The virus doesn’t need …

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This leap year day seems fraught, baffling with all-powerful inanity, ten in a row on power one oh three, while at the intersectionality of the hidden brain’s interior appointments and the invisible moon of Mercury, roughly speaking, red lines are crossed and doublecrossed, viruses and radiation travel with or without impunity, no passport necessary, and …

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