Writing the Distance: Laurel Andrews

The Covid 19 pandemic is isolating Alaskan writers. We can no longer attend workshops or public readings. The coffee bars where we met with other writers are closed. To bridge these physical gaps, 49 Writers is providing this on-line forum for Alaskans writing the distance. Today, Laurel Andrews writes about little rituals.

Little Rituals

Little Rituals will save me
Coffee prepped, kitchen cleaned.
One notebook for lists, another for dreams.

I’m trying my best but
Small truths follow like flies.
One world begins, another dies.

Laurel Andrews grew up in the woods and now lives near the sea. She is a writer and artist just trying to have an interesting life.

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