The last few weeks of this quarter, I just need to survive, One day at a time. Just do my work, Don’t question it. It’ll soon be over.
It’s almost been a year, But it feels much longer. We are still being told That it’ll end soon, I’ve given up on that fantasy And accepted this new reality.
Just a few more weekends, I have to hold through. If I can get through this one, I can get through another, And then, one day, We will be together.
The rain violently pounds on my roof, Like a robber trying to break in. The intensity increases and increases, The demand gets louder and louder, I look up in fear, … Continue reading The Rain
I work so hard for my opportunities, And then I half-ass them. I would be more ashamed, If I weren’t so tired.
I know I have much to do, But only half my mind is awake, The other half is already asleep.
The sun shines yet again, Evocative of spring, But the harsh cold reminds me That winter is still not over.
Am I happy in my life or merely content? Do I enjoy living a life that’s always the same, Or should I break from that cycle, Even if it terrifies … Continue reading Days in Isolation: Day 345
It’s hard to see my fellow Americans suffer, Many without water, food, or electricity, With roads too icy to drive on And snow that’s half my height. They shouldn’t die … Continue reading Days in Isolation: Day 344
As quarantine carries on with no end in sight, Independence is always on my mind. How ironic, never have we been closer together Yet all I want to do is … Continue reading Days in Isolation: Day 343