Shocked, Staying Safe, Reflections

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When the corona virus began to have more impact on us, I was thinking of today and living in the moment.  I still am.  These are some tweet-poems stuck together.

I have this picture that I took on March 11.  It was serene, similar to the picture at the end of this post which I took even before that.  Since then, I have been thinking about how much the world has changed and I want to post something.  This ‘poem medley’ also starts off with the power outage that we had a few weekends ago.

 

Windstorm revelation…

Soaring

Almost here

*SMASH*

Darkness falls with

An electric thunderclap

A charged series of explosions

Echo into the night

Our grid shuts down to total

Pitch black silence

Ideas go cold

Appliances stop grumbling

All lights vanish

Disturbing

Power outage

 

As a storm rages outside

my head is also filled

with a series of bursts

Unexpected blasts

of the day’s events

 

I’m compelled.

Some will see this differently than me.

I have optimism and faith in the resilient spirit.

 

Meditate on now

Reflect and plan throughout the day

I still like the breeze on my face

as I walk down the stairs

Other times, I want to get back under the covers

And forget about my cares

 

We are as strong as life

as safe as our dreams

Everything we imagine is just as it seems

 

I’m upset that we often recognize the moon only for its ties to the night.

I rejoice when I see the moon in the day.

I enjoy that vision.

It was cool today until the gravity of the world came down.

What a heavy day.

Lucky to have blue sky to fall back on.

 

You are the one

to make things turn out

Break the chain

Extinguish pain

Power stays within closed doors

Still with our connections

Isolated but involved

in networks

You have the key for me

To endless possibility

To work out destiny

and end suffering

Outside there is light

For which we fight

Inside your bright days

Enable peace

 

The world changes around me

like any other day

I walk fast

and briskly turn a corner

I run into an old friend

Sunshine

I’m aware: it won’t last

never does

Yet we always meet again

 

Vintage moments happen at any time.

If we fixate on negatives we miss a chance to help the world.

 

Flatten the curve

The economy bounces

Wash and distance routinely

As culture renounces

Cycles of waste

Monthly losses

All adding up now

Light falls so swiftly

Rebounding soon somehow

Agents of health

Healing quickly by learning

and not getting sick again

We all bear the burden

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