Just Wear the Damn Mask

Don’t breathe on me! I am deeply flawed and your breath could carry me to a far shore where my friends won’t find me. Your cavalier ignorance defies kindness and care. Your harm is wanton. Do you miss home that badly? We are only visitors here. We are here to learn. You show me respect by wearing a mask. We will all go home soon enough.

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About Jim Stewart

Writer at Butt in Chair
This entry was posted in communication, Covid-19, Humans, Masks, rite-of-passage, Time, Universe, Wisdom and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to Just Wear the Damn Mask

  1. Thank you. I lost my father to the virus in April. Wear a damn mask and stop whining.

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