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Broken, but Not Teared Apart

Broken, but Not Teared Apart

Broken, but Not Teared Apart

ALEX ALAVES

These times of the pandemic of the Corona virus is hard. The broken heart are people’s lives. They are broken down, but we can not let ourselves crumble completely that is why the hands holding the heart gives the heart to continue it’s life and not “tear apart.” There are four items representing our heroes during this pandemic. There is a beaker representing the people who work in the scientific field, a hat representing the police field, a sethoscope representing the medical field, and a helmet representing our firefighters. Below the hands is the virus with fists coming it’s way to defeat it . There is a women’s face on the left side and on the right side a man’s face. There is a distance due to the social distancing of six feet apart. On top of their heads are buildings with people inside representing how we are supposed to stay at home making a decrease in getting in the virus. The colon looking shape that is repeated in a circular way shows the contagious virus one can get by breathing the same air if we don’t follow the rules of what the government told us to do so we can prevent as much as possible of spreading the virus. Not only this is what it means, but to not look down upon art and creativity. After all creavity and art is what so many of us are doing now. Creativity and art is what made us create and have what we have now. 

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