Even in the darkest of times angels watch.
These heart dogs guard the heart of the earth, as we drill for oil.
The strip of in betweens.
The keepers of the life tree knew destruction must come so we could rebuild
These are the ones who are protecting the heart of the world, so she can beat again.
We learned that possibly bats and pangolins or pigs in Wuhan had spread the virus to humans; some surmised it was an escaped Bio Weapon. In America we were advised to social distance and greet each other by tapping elbows. Masks were optional at the beginning.
Sequestered and sheltered in place, cars were parked and planes were grounded. The air cleared.
We were told by President Trump, the virus was “no big deal, just like the flu”, and by Easter all would be over.
NYC was in crisis and called for medical reinforcements. Nurses traveled throughout the land, lending their hands and hearts.
Hospital beds were in short supply in NYC and the Navy sent the S.S. Comfort to New York City’s harbour.