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Wait, stop.

Who said we have to go back to normal, back to anything?

What if the new normal ain’t the normal we knew? 

And we can’t just do what we’d formerly do.

What if the big change is you and me? What if we choose to be open? And say…

I will never call my job unimportant again.

I’ll never say that teacher’s holidays are too long or that school is dry and I can’t wait to move on. 

My ears are not my earphones. What if I listen. 

What if I’m missing how bright your eyes glisten.

What if I just smile a bit. Travel less and love every mile of it.

What if I believe in the change my cooking, my music can do.

And what if I don’t dance, but just for you I might give in to the rhythm soon.What if I refuse to be a stranger in my own living room.

And I’ll learn my lesson from a bad memory, and I’ll keep social distance from bad energy and I’ll prove that funny beats sexy any day. But I’m still cute, anyway.

What if my dreams never take the backseat again? What if I’m there whenever you need a friend.

What if I celebrate my skin, my body, my hair, every day! Even Mondays.

I won’t waste another minute without you.

And I’ll stand by every word I sayI’ll make my vote count, make my voice heard today.

I’ll never say this city has too many tourists again.

I’ll lead, like a woman.

I’ll have a family of dozens. Give my little nephews and nieces some cousins.

I’ll stay right beside you. I’ll say Yes, Yes, Yes, I do.

I’ll never forget how much stronger we are together. I’ll carry that in my heart forever.

We’ll weather this storm.

So I’ll be…


George The Poet

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