Pandemicking, poetry written by Zen at Spillwords.com
Jeffrey Blum

Pandemicking

Pandemicking

written by: Zen

@simplyzen80

 

Mid summer
Not even mid night
No voices on the streets
No whispers in the passing wind
No laughtered echoes heard anywhere

Dark and mellow
Kisses the gold and yellow
Of bright lights of street lamps
As they shine on the drunken homeless
Unusually squandered in the humid air

Masks are mandatory
Transmission unexplanatory
Questions become inflammatory
Unabiding residents turn statutory
When all the rest understand the defamatory

Nature
of their lies
& deception

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Zen has been writing poetry for over a decade. He has been published in local Canadian magazines, Cruel Garters, and Spillwords. Most recently, Zen has published a poetry chapbook entitled "Montreality" (Launched Apr. 2, 2021) and can be found on most digital stores. You can follow Zen on blogspot at Zenpoetries.
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