Sexy, sultry, mysterious and hidden.
Previously marked as a villain, “the masked man.”
The daring, the invaders and the hero.
Today the mainstay, the protection, the fabric / the guard interfacing as our life depends on it.
Waiting for this universal catastrophe to end.
Even then, like the eucalyptus aiding the exhale, inhaling deeply healing the wounds of a year.
Can we let go?
The possibility of more pandemics?
People dependent on how well we supersede the molecules and seasonal vigilance.
Masks in the future?
The pit in the bottom of my stomach, the heat on the back of my neck.
If life was easy, we would be stress free.
Driving down the road, rushing here and there. Late or put upon, challenged in some way, pressured by loved ones, work or play.
Our paths are cluttered by obstacles to set free.
The best case scenario is who we can become to be.
Learning to breathe.