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Covid Resilience

| Bernadette & Daniel Skubik | Issue 141 (May - Jun 2021)

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Covid Resilience

The recent pandemonium
enveloping us all

unsheathes a swashbuckling
double-edged sword

advancing our retreat
into global disconnect

may our union reunite
beating swords into plowshares


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