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We are all stuck in this quarantine Locked down in our houses Only allowed out for essentials People are getting stir crazy as the days creep by Some not even social distancing when they do leave the house Can’t visit friends Can’t visit family Can’t even go to work in some cases Go grocery shopping at your own risk Doctors appointments are now being held over the phone or on Skype and FaceTime Quarantine is no joke It’s what is keeping us all safe no matter the inconvenience Just stay in place and stay safe No matter how stir crazy you may get

Copyright © Julie Leigh Rodeheaver | Year Posted 2020


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Date: 6/30/2020 6:33:00 PM

where did it come from....thats a conundrum....did it just come up on a slab....or did they create it in a lab....either way it will find those for whom its meant....thats just common i wont submit to the fear....after all, i am still here....i enjoyed and understand your concern julie but if its meant to be then its meant to be....;)
Date: 5/15/2020 5:57:00 AM

Thanks for sharing. Thanks likewise for my placement in your recently-judged contest. God bless you.
Date: 4/2/2020 6:45:00 PM

What a great model for your contest theme, Julie. I do go out about once a week to the grocery store and am shocked to see nobody wearing masks except myself and maybe one other person in the entire store. What is wrong with people???
Date: 4/2/2020 7:43:00 AM

It true. I haven’t stepped out of my house for the past week. Enjoyed reading this excellent poem. Take care, Rashi.