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The Fifth Wave

The waves came and dissipated. We weathered the first four waves. It was tough, we lost many, but not unexpectedly. In the first wave, we were caught completely unawares, unprepared, like a deer frozen in headlights. We got through the mayhem. And we regrouped,...

Please Listen To Me …..

I am a pretty 'chill' person. I respect personal choice and freedom. As an intensive care physician, during a global pandemic, I have witnessed suffering and death on a level that I could not have imagined. When the COVID vaccine was approved (albeit EUA), in late...

This Is What COVID Looks Like

(This is my fictional perspective as a patient in the ICU) The awareness arises in surges. Sometimes, it afflicts me like a lightning bolt, and at other times caresses like a gentle nudge. I prefer unconsciousness to awareness. Awareness frightens me. It confuses...

‘No Need To Wear Masks Here’, she said

In the time of COVID, our weekend excursion options are limited. Hiking has become our safe, go-to activity, and we have explored many trails in this past year. On this pleasant, overcast weekend, we chose to explore a two-mile local trial. We pass by fellow hikers,...

Tales Of A Pandemic

A subtle vibration permeates the still air, a thumping, that melds with our heartbeat. The drumbeat becomes constant, louder, deafening, echoing the chaos around us.  The sounds initially emanate from a far-off land. There is news of a contagion. There are images...

His Last Breath

I reminisce about him, a decade old memory, from time to time. He was in his early thirties. He was a father to three little girls, married to his high school sweetheart. She stood by his side throughout, a faint frown furrowing her brow. She knew that the stakes were...

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