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Pandemic Poetry: Across the Fence

Pandemic Poetry: Across the Fence

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Seeking to connect with the neighbours and keep herself sane during New Zealand's Covid-19 lockdown, author Robinne Weiss wrote poems on leftover building wrap and posted them on her fence each day. The poems were enjoyed by the community and shared throughout the world. Here they are collected in a more easily shared format than poster-sized pieces of construction waste as a chronicle of one step of our journey through the Covid pandemic.
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Every day these poems went up, I shared them with people who couldn't get out and about. They were a light in the darkness, a reason to look forward.