How Is Your Life Now? (Poems In A Pandemic #21)

This poem, along with the sea, asks, “How is your life now?” The question is more important than the answer, for once we answer it in any way, we have begun to lay down a trail of crumbs toward meaning. And once we have a sense of purpose, we have a fighting chance at gratitude and its cousin happiness, either for what is now or at least what could be. (Better with Headphones)


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