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March 22, 2020

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What a marvelous poem! Guess I gotta go read some more Walcott.

Lovely

I'm glad you are holding Italy in its less mutable form in our mind so we can stand with them across the leagues, Beth. And you have found the perfect way to do it.

Nice.

Perfect post, Beth, with perfect accompaniment of your watercolour and that poem.

Italy is much on my mind at present, especially since I have family there, as you know. Some in Rome,some in Novara (near Milan). I spoke to them via Zoom a couple of days ago and they all okay but life under those restrictions is difficult, to say the least.

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