Will I Ever Understand the US Healthcare System?

Poetic complaints from another young person who wants to live in a comprehendible world

Photo by Gabriel Meinert on Unsplash

Supposedly, people’s brains develop by 25. Mine has about two years to go. I hope that the part of my brain that comprehends insurance is the part that hasn’t developed yet, such that one day, when I’m 25, I’ll wake up, and it will all…

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Rowen Veratome

They/them. Perpetual student. Recovering from PTSD. Writes philosophy formally, poetically, playfully, politically, personally, with love, ad infinitum.

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