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Pandemic Poem #35

In July, migraines make mornings start

before meditation and journaling.

The heat you went to bed with

is the heat you wake up with.

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Pandemic Poem #33

Neighborhood, 3.2 Another sleepless night ebbs into a morning of walking

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Pandemic Poem #32

How do people live

the unexamined life?

Why is it so hard

to learn from our mistakes?

To see them as lessons

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Pandemic Poem #31

or, Things Learned Walking 5 Miles on the Solstice

East to West, Roundabout

The distance traveled by

a roadkill raccoon’s liver

is twice that

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Pandemic Poem #30

First day cycling since fall.

Why not sooner?

Come home to nap

on the deck

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Pandemic Poem #29

Why should this be difficult?

Lyrical linkage of worldly words

into phrases and pages

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Pandemic Poem #28

Wake at six, nap at nine, second date and three miles from eleven to one

Life has been reduced to numbers.

Connecting the dots correctly

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Pandemic Poem #27

Started out

by sleeping in

First night of more than four hours

in seven days.

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Pandemic Poem #26

bridge with a creek

First date #10.

I matched three Brians on Bumble in one day,

but this was the only one

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Pandemic Poem #25

6 hour Yoga teaching training

Wake early, write.

Give away my day

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