I want to dedicated this poem to the past year and loved ones we lost to coronavirus, COVID-19. I hope you enjoy my poem. I would love to hear your feedback.
“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.”– Socrates
A Year With COVID-19
By Munziba Khan
It has been year since the beginning Of the pandemic and the world started spinning. As a student of public health It’s something that I studied before But the reality was so much dire That it shook me to the core. The world stopped moving and life stood still But the virus kept moving rapidly With a vengeance to kill. We called it COVID-19, a coronavirus. It came with a vengeance to control our iris. COVID-19 tested our patience to the extreme And only path to defeating it Was for the world fighting as a team. The battle to defeat the virus Was fought with diligence and sacrifice. But the politics leadership became a hindrance And displayed the fact that our world is in a vice. People wore masks and social distanced. Even in the presence of COVID-19 fatigues and resistant. COVID-19 infected and killed millions, Worst pandemic in a century. The frontline workers sacrificed so much, And kept us safe, thanks to their bravery. We lost loved ones suffer and even die. Suffering alone in isolation, Without a chance to say goodbye. Through the darkness of the virus Came the fruits of working with collaboration and vigor. We saw the rapid discoveries of effective vaccines, A breakthrough thanks to the scientific rigor. With a hope for immunity, People desperately seeks the vaccines. But distribution is a constant nightmare, Leaving us frustrated with patience beginning to wean. But let us not forget our lost loved ones The lost partner, friends, parents, grandparents And daughters and sons. Their loss is tragic, leaving wholes in our heart. We ache in sorrow and pain, Holding on to the memories that our love ones impart. As we look towards a time of normalcy When we will all be together on society that thrives. Let us not let COVID fatigue control our lives. More sacrifices and patients are needed So let us be diligent and not be conceded. As together, we will be stronger. And will so defeat COVID-19 And will not be distant from loved ones any longer.
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