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Vigil

© Photographee.eu Explaining all of what could happen when the respirator is removed, a nurse takes care to mention, “Cases vary,” then withdraws. Two hospice workers stay. Averse to tracking vitals on a monitor, a daughter leaves such to the station🔒

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Jane Blanchard lives in Augusta, Ga.


Posted in: Poetry, Quakers in the Workplace

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