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We are constantly surrounded by something to occupy our minds. If it isn’t the company of other people, it is the lights of our tablets, smartphones, and computers. Our brains are constantly on the move from one distraction to the next.

What happens when everything is shut off and you find yourself completely alone? All the glitter of social exchanges put on hold for only a short while. Will you eventually learn something about yourself? Will the seclusion bugger your brain to the point you are seeing bats in your own belfry?

Tanya Davis writes poems when she is alone. What will you do?


Isolate yourself.


Tanya Davis | Halifax, Nova Scotia

Poetry is to Ms. Davis as Ronald is to creepy clown.

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