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182: Deja Vu

It’s better and worse all at the same time.

We’ve been here before.


I never liked deja vu.

Some people stay optimistic,


they say it’s better this time!

Others say it’s worse.


They’re both right.

So our conversations turn to


healthcare workers,

to tv shows that give us hope,


to our parents- are they boosted?,

and if we think it will snow.


And no one says it,

but we all think it-


when will the fog lift?

I miss when gravity and I felt light.


Written by Sarah Speed // Writing the Good

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