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Move Me Poetry

Her Cure For Covid

For Olivia

Photograph by the Author/From my niece, Olivia

The little girl pushed her way into the room.

She was tired of the fighting, the arguing.

She stepped over a mask thrown to the floor.

In her hand was a piece of paper,

and it took a long time for anyone to notice.

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Melissa R. Mendelson

Melissa R. Mendelson

Horror, Science-Fiction and Dystopian Short Story Author and Poet.

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