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LIFE POST CORONA ...COVID-19

POST CORONA CAMARADERIE

I like nice and simple life poems
Where we all share others doubts
and inner commotions
post CORONA OR COVID-19

this world will be a different place
all will seek human camaraderie
what use is it to die
leaving millions
and
being declared among the first
Dirty dozen

Live to earn and share the over flow
look after the needs of elderly
who can't hear nor see.

Why live like dogs in a manger
all lonely
come listen to me
a world poet speaks

Share all you can
not only wealth.
Help the poor, needy
distraught and those
without much help or money.

learn from the West, Camaraderie
death is a small integral part of life
live with it
smile be happy
you helped a guy.
just anybody
of what use is your
position power and money

Juss tell me

Style / type: 
Free verse
Review Request (Intensity): 
I want the raw truth, feel free to knock me on my back
Editing stage: 
Content level: 
Explicit Content

Comments

Good poem about post C-19, lovedly. I agree with all you've written, tho' I don't see the end coming soon. Rather I think perhaps it will be the end of humankind...sorry!
As usual, I propose slightly longer lines so that your poem is "neater", so to speak. And remove some extra words, such as pronouns, articles, etc.

Share all you can
not only wealth.
Help the poor, needy
distraught and those
without much help or money.

Just thoughts of mine, for you to TorT.

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The Poetry of the Earth is never Dead. John Keats.

Share all you can
not only wealth.
Help the poor, needy
distraught and those
without much help or money.

thanks you have the grace
needed by so many
you are like our granny
Grace ma'am

Rgds from me
on human kind's behalf
do accept it please
world has always lived past such calamities
in 1918 25 percent vanished
of the then population
now we all are one too many
7.5 billions with human grace
yes no disgrace
many more on this Earth shall pace
as we exit this now temporarily forgotten
rotting place

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