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It’s Easter morning in a pandemic – or – Tethers

It’s Easter morning in a pandemic and the morning is very dark. Heavy clouds layer the sky. A cold wind blows. This is right. The earth still refuses to abide by human calendars. The earth is not happy and bright … Continue reading

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The end of aimlessness

When I, alone, drift through the cosmos, tether me to your heart; may I trust in the strength of its hold on me and watch as the tether pulls taught © Meisaan Chan  

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