Denis Barasa Virus Poems

  • 1.
    A faint glimmer,a distant din
    A silhouette seen from my safety
    Is all,all the form I find of you

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  • 2.
    With race a razor splitting races
    Wuhan epi-centred calamity
    Coursing coughs coast to coast
    A few Mandarin myopic misfits
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  • 3.
    Silence is all I see
    Where have they gone?
    No buzzing and honking anymore
    As they pass and stare,or sneer at
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  • 4.
    I am making myself light
    When the virus comes calling
    I shall be fast in flight
    A mockery will I make of its foreboding
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  • 5.
    The curfew call is 7p.m
    Minutes to , a maid
    Hastens home
    Halfway slips and falls
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Total 5 Virus Poems by Denis Barasa

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