The Rona Blues (04/25/2020 @ 11:05 AM)

I’m used to going outside
jumping in my car
and going wherever I like
to my job and seeing the world
People gazing
going to the store, shopping
and doing whatever comes to mind

Nowadays, all I see
are the confines of my home
from my bedroom,
to the bathroom,
to the living room,
and the kitchen
that’s all the space I have to roam

(Please watch the video before reading further – Thank You!)

I could go outside
but why risk my health
Is it worth it just for a small trip
to nowhere in particular or special
This damn Rona has turned us
all into agoraphobics involuntarily

How can something that appears
to be so inconsequential control
so much of me
With the fear and the risk of death
I must stay inside, period

This pandemic has been like
some weird version of The Wizard of Oz
Where we’re all looking for the wizard
to help save the day
and give us back our lives

But no such person exists
nor the world that was dreamt up
all we’re left with is our reality
and this fucking sucks!


Author’s Note: Well the theme for today is the Coronavirus Blues. This pandemic is taking its toll on the world by forcing quarantine measures to help flatten the curve of infection, but with that comes madness. Here’s my take on this situation. I hope you enjoy it.

Stay safe and healthy – You are important!

Peace and Blessings – CV Davis

© CV Davis – Author

5 thoughts on “The Rona Blues (04/25/2020 @ 11:05 AM)

  1. I really enjoyed your poem. #ihatethishouse! *snap snap*

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  2. This is awesome 👏, chicky 😊 Please be safe always 💗 Hoping this pandemic we’ll end soon..

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