COVID poetics
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COVID poetics

22 — Storm-taken

Emergence poems #2

Photo by Tom Barrett on Unsplash

As COVID was emerging, and just before the lockdowns that have changed our lives, I read this new poem at a Campfire Convention Winter Gathering in Frome. The days around it, in February 2020, were literally stormy, and the roads around the town were all flooded. I arrived, flustered and troubled, but took solace in the companionship of friends.




We will not return to normal. Or we may come to redefine it…

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Steve Thorp

Steve Thorp

Integral counsellor & poet. Soul maker. Warm Data host. Edits Unpsychology Magazine & COVID Poetics on Medium.

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