The world shut down By Elise Danielle Machrone*

The pandemic hit, the world shut down What should do stuck in my town? At first we smiled, gave high fives Nott knowing how long we we’d be trapped in our hives

Buy Diazepam Uk Cheapest One case, two cases, three cases, four We wondered how many more? My grandma has Covid, does yours too? Cheap Valium Online We didn’t know what to do People at home cooking new foods In hospitals a national emergency ensued I was cocooned in numbing silence Doctors tried to understand pandemic science

Mail Order Diazepam Uk Restaurant dining’s not resumed College lectures only Zoomed Get tested, vaccinated, boosted too What’s all this supposed to do?

So now we’re here Still much to fear Will we ever get out? What matters is, we must have trust Pandemic life’s not just a bust We’ll adjust to this interim life So those at risk can have  a life The pandemic hit, the world shut down What is life if we simply drown?

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About my poem: The world was not prepared for this pandemic. This piece highlights the struggles of the unknown, from the initial excitement for students who saw school cancelled, to the parallel journey between those stuck at home, bored, then despondent, and those working busily in hospitals around the clock. With all this going on I wanted to portray how important it is to accept pandemic life and continue to be grateful that we still have this beautiful life to live. Buy Diazepam Powder Author Bio: Elise Machrone, a Los Angelino, is currently a freshman at the University of Washington on the pre-med track. She enjoys spending time with her family, going to the beach with friends, taking her French bulldog, Mika, on hikes through Runyon Canyon, and cooking unique food.  Her passions for writing and photography fill her spare time.
Mika, Elise’s Canine Hiking Partner
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The Online Journal of Community and Person-Centered Dermatology (OJCPCD) is a free, full text, open-access, online publication that addresses all aspects of skin disease that concern patients, their families, and practitioners. ​It was founded in 2012 by Dr. David J. Elpern, M.D. in Williamstown, MA. with technical help from Inez Tan. Comments are closed.