The idea here is to brighten the day for those people isolated indoors during the Covid-19 pandemic.
One of my writing friends, having seen some of this series, sent me a poem, which he was happy for me to pass on to you. For me, it encapsulates the changes resulting from the Covid19 situation as it relates to Nature. Here it is:
Through disaster she stops her pining
There may just be a silver lining
Her lifeblood no longer quickly drains
From her old and deep and weary veins
No longer does it hurt to breathe
No smoggy air to make her wheeze
Regaining sight and through the tears
She hadn’t seen the stars for years
Skin once wrinkled begins to heal
And younger she begins to feel
For a while, she thinks, it will be easier
As Mother Nature sits and takes a breather…
By Leon Stevens (click on this link and it’ll take you to his website).
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