This cruel plague bites quickly
Faster than a scorpion stings.
It vexes innocent victims airways
Mountains of bitterness it brings.
Could this be the end of days?
Will our civilization venture anew?
Might this hideous virus be stopped?
My nervous friend, I wish I knew.
But one thing I know is for certain
The human race is marvelously keen
Clasping hands together for a cure
Goodness of humanity I have seen.
While distancing physically
Our species never blossom apart.
Like grass needs the sun’s warm rays
We must cherish one another heart-to-heart.
Chad A. Damitz