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This is 2020 part two is requested sequel to This is 2020 a poetry collection that had categorized the events of the first half of the year into simple and modern poems full of unbridled passion, beautifully biased views, prose, and rhyme. Part two follows the second half of the year and into 2021 with the election, continued covid crises, the ongoing battle for equality, This is 2020 part two is requested sequel to This is 2020 a poetry collection that had categorized the events of the first half of the year into simple and modern poems full of unbridled passion, beautifully biased views, prose, and rhyme. Part two follows the second half of the year and into 2021 with the election, continued covid crises, the ongoing battle for equality, and the desire of a cat who has become dependent on zoom. There is a love and a peace here as we passed the initial turbulence of of 2020 in NYC and entered a quiet calm full of sadness, introspection, empathy, waking moments, and a solid passion that separates it from the in-your-face-fight of part one. I hope you join me in this second part and use it to look back on this year with recognition and action.


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This is 2020 part two is requested sequel to This is 2020 a poetry collection that had categorized the events of the first half of the year into simple and modern poems full of unbridled passion, beautifully biased views, prose, and rhyme. Part two follows the second half of the year and into 2021 with the election, continued covid crises, the ongoing battle for equality, This is 2020 part two is requested sequel to This is 2020 a poetry collection that had categorized the events of the first half of the year into simple and modern poems full of unbridled passion, beautifully biased views, prose, and rhyme. Part two follows the second half of the year and into 2021 with the election, continued covid crises, the ongoing battle for equality, and the desire of a cat who has become dependent on zoom. There is a love and a peace here as we passed the initial turbulence of of 2020 in NYC and entered a quiet calm full of sadness, introspection, empathy, waking moments, and a solid passion that separates it from the in-your-face-fight of part one. I hope you join me in this second part and use it to look back on this year with recognition and action.

38 review for This is 2020 part two: a poetry collection

  1. 4 out of 5

    Diana N.

    I had the privilege of reading part one and two of this wonderful poetry collection! These poems do a great job at expressing the feelings of the events that transpired last year and the first couple months of this year. All of the poems flowed so nicely and felt like they echoed many of my recent thoughts. I really enjoyed this collection and hope that there is a part three or 2021 collection!

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