Covid-19 stories, books, poems, and more

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Millenials, and others, have surveyed their surroundings. They are defining themselves for their time. One current feature some are participating in are called "Good-bye Trips." Another name might be "Just in Case Trips." Something like bucket list trips, too, they are usually several leg trips in which 2-4 persons set… Read More

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Part 2: Tests and Rules As the government discovered the symptoms of Covid were widespread, they turned us into widespread test subjects, and experimented on us with new rules and regulations in an effort to control a virus they knew nothing about. Hell on earth followed. Read More
“I have no peace, no quietness, I have no rest, but only turmoil.” Job 3:26 Who Am I, Lord? Rebecca (Becca) from Broken Angel Wings - Into Tribulation searches for answers to a lifetime of questions that have followed her from the day she was born. At the conclusion of… Read More
Dedicated to Tony Selby (1938-2021) who died on September 5, 2021. Read More
In this essay, I advance the thesis that the emergence of the coronavirus known as COVID-19 is related to an extremely rare combination of the planets in the sign of Capricorn, once that has not occurred in 2,700 years. Read More

Poem / Romance

July 03, 2021

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New way of life on Earth. Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 28, 2021

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taken from my book, "Beyond Free" Read More
What if the banned vaccines were actually the ones saving humanity? Read More
It is an ordinary day like any other, a day during corona, we work, we fight for bare life, for a crust of bread, for a molecule of air for thirsty lungs. Read More
Rebecca Johansen begins her journey as a flight nurse piloting a float plane on northward from Washington State and the Canadian/US border across from the Cascade Air Rescue. She is challenged on her last trip after 25 years to perform in a life and death situation in the wilderness. After… Read More
Will life ever go back to 'normal'? Read More

Tags: life, work, covid-19

A poem about the inner struggle we face during the lockdown. Read More
When Arvin, a skilled aeronaut, crash lands into the underground city of Auksand, he learns of the growing MA pandemic. After meeting Talia, and exploring other cities with his crew, Arvin discovers that MA may not be the true threat to life. Read More
A short story that takes place in the darkest days of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is about a deep existential debate between a physician who is trying his best to save lives during the crisis, and Death itself who visited his hospital to claim someone he is trying to save. Read More
Where fatigue meets humor and common sense... Read More

Tags: fatigue, covid-19

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A time capsule Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 17, 2020

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Wrote this not too long ago. Read More

Tags: covid-19

Poem / Poetry

November 14, 2020

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A poem about society coping with Corona virus. Read More

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the World - a virus - and Man Who will emerge victorious? A poem to express the shock, grief, horror, realization of responsibility and ultimately, hope, the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic sowed in the world. Cover Image by Daniel Olah published on Unsplash.com Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 25, 2020

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Tags: shoes, masks, covid-19

This is a short moral story. The theme in my mind is to love your family. In tough times, COVID-19 especially, we have ample of time to spend with our family. So why not to do something for them which we couldn't do until yesterday... P.S. The doors of honest… Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

October 19, 2020

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Can we bring the numbers down before December? Well, we'll make a halfhearted attempt. Cover image: pixabay.com. Read More

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First sentence: "The year was 2070, and Coronavirus still had not been cured." Read More

Tags: covid-19

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