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Thursday August 18, 2022

pandemic

story on COVID
Belles Lettres

The Pulse: Short Fiction

He blanched at the sight of the lifeless body that lay before him. Gaze fixed, he reminisced about his days as a first year medical student…it was the first time he had laid eyes on a corpse.

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happy at home happiness during pandemic
Chronicles

Make Room for Happiness

This sudden invasion of our private space has become disconcerting, and the merger of both our world, work and leisure, meant if work was stressful, there was no physically getting away from that toxic environment.

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viruses and pandemic
Lifestyle

And Viruses Created Humans

“Ringa ringa rosies, a pocket full of posies, a tissue, a tissue, we all fall down”. This oft repeated nursery rhyme actually refers to the Bubonic Plague pandemic which swept Europe in the 1700’s?

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boy lonely
Young Minds

My Teenage Life in this Pandemic

After online school, there is a lot of homework every day, and then I get to play videogames, but how much of that same pattern of home school and video games, reading or music can one really like?

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