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About the Coronavirus
Dedicated to my black family members, friends, and neighbors. I see you. I hear you. I stand with you.
2020-06-12 - 2020-06-13
It is a set of four poems on grief due to the pandemic.
This is a stream-of-consciousness-esque poem that embodies the frustration I was feeling. People dying each day from COVID-19. Black individuals dying at the hands of the police. The realization that we cannot trust the government to make the right decisions to protect us.
A poem/lyric that is a call to unity and an offer of hope during these difficult and divisive times.
Cover from course catalog which contains a poetic quotation from Ralph Waldo Emerson, "What boots it they virtue.," and the following text: "Boston: Issued at 13 Pemberton Square. 1881." The image demonstrates a variety of typefaces and ornamental border/frame used in 19th century typography. In 1880, Charles W. Emerson opened the Boston Conservatory of Elocution, Oratory, and Dramatic Art at 13 Pemberton Square, Boston. Ten students enrolled in the first class.