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Diary of an Unused COVID Face Mask

Dear Diary, I don’t understand people. Why am I sitting here in this box when I should be out there on someone’s face?  They realize there is a pandemic going on, right? Not only am I simple to use, but … Continue reading

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Who Was That Unmasked Man?

Last night, for the first time in fifteen months, I stepped into my local grocery store without a mask, Modern Philosophers! It’s amazing how wildly the pendulum can swing.  Grocery shopping went from being an annoying weekly chore to a … Continue reading

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Show Me That Handsome Face

It was a gorgeous Sunday for a walk along the Penobscot River.  The sun was shining, the ducks had returned, and people were out in full force along the path. Aaron sat on his usual bench.  Holly, however, did not … Continue reading

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Masks

Everyone Wears a mask. What does Your mask Tell me About You? What are you Hiding From the Prying eyes Of the Eternally Voyeuristic World That  threatens To consume Us all? My mask Hides How scared I am Of Being … Continue reading

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