"What will you teach us, O Plague?" is the central question in VIROLOGY. In the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, each day offered up startling revelations of science and society. We learned that we can harm and be harmed by what we cannot see and what we choose not to see; that the world is made of worlds. We learned about connection and separation; that we live and dream in interdependent spheres; that what is peripheral can become central. These are poems of paying attention within a shifting landscape that asks us, Who are you? Who are you, today?