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'Death in the Time of Pandemic Pontoum' by Joan Penn

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Long-distance loss, Long-distance grieving, Death in the time of pandemic, An unnatural process. Long-distance grieving, The lingering presence of absence, An unnatural process. Deathbed vigils prohibited, Left with a lingering presence of absence. In-person goodbyes denied, Deathbed vigils prohibited, Deprived of holding hands of the dying.
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'Killing Time' by Robert E. Ray

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The expression seems ridiculous now Age does that - makes us aware we control absolutely nothing. Time cannot be killed. It laughs as we choke it as we did when we were young. Time kills us, like cancer - eats us bite-by- bite, eventually the will buried deep in the heart. The clock's ticking like a Timex on a pipe bomb. We think we know when it might go off. Ha! We can't ask the dead how that went for them - killing time.
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'Ode To Vomit' by Jasmine Ledesma

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My mother is afraid of fat and break-ins. She thinks they are the same thing. I am ten and scared of fire and vampires in that order. My reflection greases along car windows like smears of blood.
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'If I Learn to Cook During Quarantine, Will I Still Be A Manic Pixie Dream Girl?' by Amanda Hoffman

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Hi it's me, Summer/Cleo/Brooklyn/Zoë/Zoey. There's been a lot of pressure on me to learn to cook for myself during quarantine. Though historically very bad at cooking, I still often attempt ambitious recepies that fill my quirky apartment with smoke I have to fan away with a license plate from the wall (I use it as wallpaper). The only thing I know how to make is reservations! At my favorite Latvian tapas place in the Village! Where I am beloved by the staff and kitchen!
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