Like puppets, we are frozen and manipulated by this pandemic which makes us what it wants. Who is the man? And what will he do now that he’s locked up at home? That he is afraid of his neighbor. He bandages his nose and mouth and hopes to protect himself from the tiny and invisible micro enemy. All are frozen in time. We are unable to move and live free as we were before. No more trips and the funny desire to conquer the world. Now it’s the covid 19 that travels the world in us and enjoys this time...
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