Poetry in a Pandemic: In sanity
If I could choose one place to be,
I’d like to be in Sanity.
Apparently in Sanity, problems will not bother me.
I’d swim across the widest sea,
To reach the shores of Sanity,
Plant a flag for all to see,
I made it, I’m in Sanity.
Dave Carlson lives in Waterford.
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