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Ebb Tide

Ebb Tide-McMeekin.pdf
This poem was written on March 19, 2019 shortly after Gov. Scott declared his state of emergency.

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Leadership member of an Assisted Living Community

Almost 24 months if navigating COVID caring for a vulnerable population.

Homo postcoronavirus

I wrote this hopeful poem early in 2021 when the pandemic was still raging.

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Covid Verses

I wrote this poem during the worst of the COVID-19 crisis in 2020.

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Christmas Eve twenty-twenty

I wrote this poem for my grandkids reflecting on our Christmas Eve alone in Barnard VT during the…

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Closer and Closer

Closer and Closer.pdf
A poem expressing optimism written in February 2021 after almost a year of the pandemic.

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Kids' Covid-19 Song Parody

Sophia (12yo) and Ethan (10yo) are students of St. Albans Town Educational Center. The stay-at-home…

Ethel Mae Brosnahan, 93, Brattleboro

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Ethel Mae (Rousseau) Brosnahan, 93, of Brattleboro, Vermont passed away on January 3, 2021 at…

Pandemic-Inspired Thoughts on Home Schooling

Parents new to home schooling express fear that their children will fall behind. Based on my…

Deborah (Dunkling) Conrad, 70, Plainfield

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BERLIN — Deborah Lee (Dunkling) Conrad, age 70, previously of Plainfield, Vermont, passed away on…

Covid Couplets

This poem reflects observations, feelings, opinions, and state of mind, all highly influenced by the…

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Elizabeth Norton McKinnon, 90, Burlington

BURLINGTON — Elizabeth “Lib” Norton McKinnon, 1930-2020, passed away peacefully Dec. 25, 2020, as a…