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Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Broken Mosaic

something changes in a woman's heart
after shes been abandoned
the fire dies out
bitterness sets in
if she's hasn't resorted to abandoning herself
she'll get through it
and move on
she'll pick up the broken pieces
of her life
and build something new
she will have mastered herself
and learned a valuable lesson
that only abandonment can teach
which is you dont need a man
to be strong
you just need to believe in yourself
and remind yourself that you've got this

Monday, April 20, 2020

A Beautiful Leaving

i dreamt about you
last night
you brought me flowers
red and white
and placed them in a vase
on my window sill
then you left
with your back towards me
i watched you
as i sat on the floor
the flowers were beautiful
you leaving

Monday, April 13, 2020

Dream of Coronavirus: The Next Wave

From Journal Entry: 4/6/2020

My ex mother-in-law came to me urgently. She had a message for me. "The next wave that's going to hit will close a lot of small businesses for good."

The 'second wave' of COVID-19 in the US

Morgan Stanley's recent COVID-19 forecast released Monday said that the largest risk to the US is "a second wave of infections emanating from the central region of the country after the coasts have peaked in mid-April."
This wave, the report continues, could delay the US "peak" and cause recontamination of the coastal cities even after they see cases decline.  
Scott Gottlieb, the former US Food and Drug Administration commissioner who's now a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, said on Twitter that the coronavirus is now a "national epidemic with multiple epicenters."
Pointing to cities like New Orleans, Philadelphia, and Dallas, among others, Gottlieb said that cities nationwide are seeing reported cases double every three to four days.

'Prepare like New York is preparing now'

In Philadelphia, which had 890 reported cases of COVID-19 as of Monday morning, hospitals are bracing for the worst to come as reported cases of the virus keep rising.
"We anticipate we are no more than two weeks behind New York City," P.J. Brennan, chief medical officer of the massive University of Pennsylvania Health System, told The Philadelphia Inquirer. "Cases are doubling every two to three days. We had 46 confirmed cases last night. You do the math."
And hospitals across the US are already facing massive pressures on hospital resources, or preparing for the possibility of it in the coming weeks.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, whose state has so far been hit the hardest by the coronavirus with over 60,000 reported cases, has resorted to suggesting that hospitals in the state split ventilators between two patients amid the current shortage of the machines. 
Last week, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital started to do just that, despite the risks involved. 
"No state, no metro area will be spared," White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx told NBC News' Chuck Todd at a Meet the Press on Sunday. "We are asking every single governor and every single mayor to prepare like New York is preparing now." 

Documentary on the Origin of the Coronavirus. MUST SEE!!
by Yeji Jesse Lee

Sunday, April 12, 2020


she was use to distancing
herself from others
this wasn't a new concept
or something she had to
get use to
the one thing
she was good at
others would hate
isolation isn't for everyone
just the ones
who love their own company

Monday, April 6, 2020

The Open Door

she walked away
and out the door
from those
that refused to love her
and walked towards the door
that opened up the way
for her loving herself