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  • Jan Flynn

A Last Post for 2020

Haiku for the New (Year)

Photo by Ian Taylor on Unsplash

Bubbles in my glass, Relief in my weary soul; 2020’s done.

This year broke our hearts Over and over, and yet Here we are, alive!

A star coming up Over the dark horizon; May its light mean hope.

Life will roar ahead In 2021, but What will it look like?

Vaccines are one thing, Immunity another, Safety something else.

Here’s what I have learned: Something in joy is stubborn, Like its sister, love.

What may lie ahead Has no more lasting power Than we choose to grant.

If you hold a glass, Be bold, be brave, lift it up. The future’s here, now.

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