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Virus monologues of nature and corona

Since March 2020, I have attempted to chronicle the shared experiences relating to the COVID-19 pandemic and associated crises (both foreign and domestic) using nature-based photo haiku. By linking these unaltered images with the 3-line, 17 syllable poetic construct of a text, I hope to provide observations, be they tragic or comic, of our common predicament as portrayed by the bald eagle. It is up to the viewer to decide what if any symbolism may exist. I have provided some examples of the ongoing effort which I hope to exhibit someday, somewhere when/if this all is finally over. Remember the past but look to a hopeful new normal.