Covid 19

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

I had to let it out when it all started, back in March I wrote this short little thing.

Fever spikes

Lungs crinkly

Malls closed until indefinitely?

Still you congregate

While others worry

Grandmas dead

Now you worry



The virus spreads

The oceans rise

Pollution down

Where does it lay



Does my dog have it?

Thank God its bats

Should we wait until we go batty



Lets party

Wait Grandmas dead

No funerals today

Since there are too many dead


I take my shoes off at the door

Wash the mask

Clean the floor

Never had I smell

So much bleach

Safety is key?


Oh! Only dirty people get it

A nine year old is dead

Were they dirty?

Wait I thought Grandma was dead?

Now you worry, lets play video games

Do your part

Stay inside

Wash your hands

Before you die


Submitted: November 05, 2020

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