Mon, 04/20/2020 - 03:50 -- jubshaw


Everyone is worried more and more

A deadly virus is on the loose

It has invaded the USA from shore to shore

Millions of germ cells have been introduced


Social distancing is a new concept

We all have to embrace these days

People need time to process it

All the hand-washing really will pay


It seems that oldsters are the most in need

As they can't easily fight this virus dread

As well as the younger people indeed

It seems many hard days lay ahead


Schools are closing their doors earlier

Then they had ever planned to do

Also restaurants and department stores

Are shuttered up to stop this flu


It is hoped that we all can strive

To treat each other with care

In a few months we all hope to arrive

At the end of this pandemic scare


Let's all lift our hands and hearts together

And pray that we soon will be free

And hope our economy will weather

This awful disaster from sea to sea


Let's join hands to help our brothers

The homeless and destitute in many lands

Refugees and kids without mothers

Living in tents on hot desert sands




This poem is about: 
My country
Our world
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