“Trying to Catch Dust in a Windstorm”
Tag Archives: pandemic
The Jam Files #5 — Benumbed
I think I’ve transcended pain flare-ups.
I’ve been husked.
Whenever You’re Ready
I am ready to talk about quarantine.
“Songs of the Pandemic: World Haiku” Available for FREE download today
I’m included in an anthology that is available for free today!
You Must Wash Your Hands Until They Bleed
A poem written under quarantine.
My husband, unfortunately,
Thanksgiving Eve: A Poem
my blood can’t handle
any more apologies, insistence
on the right to celebrate
Time Between Waves
There is time between waves of excruciating pain where I’m relaxed, even peaceful, because the waves have just turned into trickles and it’s more manageable.
We’re Learning That Time Is Making Us Miserable
Why keep ourselves so constricted to something as meaningless as a clock right now?
Thinking about Powwows During a Pandemic
It’s springtime in the middle of a pandemic and between the hand washing, concern, disinfecting, and time spent in prayer, I’m thinking about powwows.