COVID-19 / June 2020 / PoetryCOVID-19 CoupletsOn daily walks, we cut the neighbours swaths / Of space May 23, 2020 - by Jason GurielJason GurielPublished 10:56, May. 23, 2020 The Walrus On daily walks, we cut the neighbours swaths Of space. Instead of paper towel, cloths. To touch a soul with talk—that’s now the task. The face approaching us is mostly mask. Jason GurielJason Guriel’s verse novel, Forgotten Work, is forthcoming in 2020. His writing has appeared in Slate, The Atlantic, ELLE, Poetry, and elsewhere.