COVIDcopia Cadences

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Gerard Sarnat

Strange TMI factoids we learn trawling through progressions of non-dark websites regards all manner of TP [hint: not tooth paste].

For example, I didn’t know supply-chain rhythms producing residential and commercial toilet paper certainly weren’t supposed to – plus don’t mesh

or that while the former’s rush-order tempo appears generally all sold out, latter is still widely available for delivery since nowa-stay-in-place-days our homes are occupied more than mostly dimmed office building stalls.

Thus during berserk time of need those humongous one-ply rolls simply sit in warehouses waiting on drumrolls calling us to return from unemployment back toward pulse of industrial-strength workplace crappers.

Other hand, oh boy, yesterday marked a big Internet success what with Mr. Popper’s Penguins arrived to Zoom with grandkids well as replacement battery for this mid-septuagenarian’s do-it-yourself- Philip’s HeartStart defibrillator.

Gerard Sarnat MD’s won the Poetry in Arts First Place Award/Dorfman Prizes; has been nominated for a handful of recent Pushcarts/Best of Net Awards; authored HOMELESS CHRONICLES (2010), Disputes, 17s, Melting The Ice King (2016). He’s widely published including recently by academic-related journals Stanford, Oberlin, Wesleyan, Johns Hopkins, Harvard, Pomona, Brown, Penn, Dartmouth, Columbia, Sichuan, Canberra, Universities of Chicago and Maine; as well as Ulster, Gargoyle, Main Street Rag, American Journal Poetry, Poetry Quarterly, New Delta Review, Brooklyn Review, LA Review, San Francisco Magazine, New York Times. Mount Analogue selected KADDISH for distribution nationwide Inauguration Day. Poetry was chosen for a 50th Harvard reunion Dylan symposium.

Gerard Sarnat
Gerard Sarnat
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