Covid 19(Haiku) Read Count : 127

Category : Poems

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For who'm the bell tolls,
they who lay in hospital,
all alone in dark.

No family comfort,
no sounds of laughter nearby,
only barely alive.

Few visitors come call,
with no messages at all,
only life at it's stall.

The cold darkness creeps,
beneath the way the pain seeps, 
finally it reaps.

Loneliness reside,
With the long painful divide,
tearing them inside.





Comments

  • Dec 04, 2020

  • Very good

    Dec 04, 2020

  • Kamal Kishore Sharma

    Kamal Kishore Sharma

    Reading this poem I remember Earnest Hemingway whose novel 'For whom the bell tolls' I read in the year 1975. This poem may be sung what you wrote. After all Covid-19 is a biological war erupted from Wuhan if not waged by Dragon! Bleezbub knows or Satan from abyss or hell but Catwoman knows entirely the plot hatched. If vaccines might be cultured then the microbes developed in the laboratory that virologists may explain.

    Dec 07, 2020

  • well done

    Jan 01, 2021

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