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New Normal



Wind blows no one knows
Breath met its end turn to bones
What’s left to endure?

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A haiku about life and loss during this Covid19 pandemic.

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Submitted by bilsonmanalo on August 13, 2021

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Characters 79
Words 16
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 3

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