MAYDAY 1605: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 2020

“In my opinion the highest form of writing — even to prose — superior, is poetry. Both entertain. Both educate. Still, it is poetry’s

persuasive properties, that make it more compelling than prose. Utilitarian is the Watcher’s, poetry. Useful … and free.”

“I was examined by the White House physician. I have no symptoms, of the disease. I have not been tested for the novel,

coronavirus. Britain’s Health Minister has been stricken but I won’t be sickened, maybe, for I am the author, of … my MAYDAYS, novel.”

“Chronically homeless people; they often have underlying medical conditions and they often lack reliable health care. Once infected,

they are far more likely to get very sick or die. 30 percent of homeless people by chronic lung disease already, affected.”

“Stock futures fell sharply on Wednesday as investors worried about a possible fiscal stimulus package aimed at curbing slower

economic growth due to the coronavirus epidemic outbreak. Investors worry what message is in a stock market — roller — coaster.”

“Britain’s Health Minister has been stricken but I won’t be sickened maybe for I am the author and indeed my very own — anti-hero

— in my daily published, MAYDAYS, novel. @WHO knows? Or who knows if I am to become by twists of fate, a sickened, anti-hero.”

“In my opinion the highest form of writing — even to prose — superior, is poetry. Both entertain. Both educate. Still, it is poetry’s

persuasive properties, that make it more compelling than prose. Utilitarian is the Watcher’s, poetry. Useful … and free.”

“The spread of the coronavirus across more than 100 countries now qualifies as a global pandemic, said on Wednesday WHO to Earth,

confirming what many epidemiologists have been saying for weeks: Add this virus to the list of pandemics on Urantia (Earth).”

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