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The Surging Covid Pandemic Prevented Me From Visiting My Wife in the Hospital

When do the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few or the one?

Photo by Yassine Khalfalli on Unsplash

"Jazmine, call 911. Your mom is about to pass out!" That was my frantic call to my 18-year-old daughter the day after Christmas, 2021. My heart was in my throat as I held my wife's arm and guided her to the bed. I…




Musings of race, education, and the human condition told thru poetry, short fiction, and essays

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Estacious(Charles White)

Estacious(Charles White)

I am a southern writer and teacher living in the midwest. I focus on education, poetry, and fiction. I am an award-winning playwright.

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