The wrath of COVID Nineteen

Potts, Tyrus C.



The Wrath of Covid Nineteen Someone asked me was I going to write a poem on COVID-19. I said no because I couldn't imagine what words to put together. Even though I realized through my suffering in prison and my life experiences, This is the worse catastrophe, crisis, and abolishment Ever! From Grandmothers - Fathers - Brothers - Sisters - Daughters and even innocent Babies showing no favoritism Affecting everyone. Playgrounds & Schools are closed No enjoyable holidays. Internet shopping & browsing is the safest place, which leaves nowhere For kids to have fun! Social distancing compelling people to stay 6 feet away. Never knowing the time would come when an unknown & unexpected pandemic Would be someone's price to pay! A free phone call from GlobalTel-link, hits you with the reality that Society is scared. Even the most focused and organized person you know could never have been prepared! Difficult decisions - No paychecks. Providing for you and your family, doing your very best do to, The right thing. Staying safe at home - Staying clean - Staying healthy. Hoping & praying that you won't be the next one to catch The Wrath of COVID Nineteen Authored by: T.C. Potts [ID]

Author: Potts, Tyrus C.

Author Location: California

Date: August 26, 2020

Genre: Poetry

Extent: 1 pages

If this is your essay and you would like it removed from or changed on this site, refer to our Takedown and Changes policy.

Takedown and Changes Policy
Browse More Essays