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We Will Survive The Virus

written by: Eduardo de Bosco


When the inks of writers untiringly bleed
And readers with them follow the preventive instructions
We will survive the virus

When prevention is unmet by rejection
And all mankind in Union stand
We will Survive the virus

When fear is overcome by care
And man drags the virus from our years
We will survive the virus

So, in hope we look to the day

When the chicken crows a new dawn
And chirping birds above us dance
As temple bells are rung again
And joyful noise from playgrounds resound
Then we’ll know that we survived the virus

Eduardo De Bosco

Eduardo De Bosco

Eduardo de Bosco is by birth named Edward Boateng. He is a Liberian-Ghanaian, born to a Ghanaian father and a Liberian mother. He is a Salesian of Don Bosco, a Songwriter, an Activist, and a Poet whose love for humanity and the values of society is the chief source of his inspiration in poetry. He has written a number of Socio-Politico poems as well as other poems which present striking interrogatives of his home country Liberia, of Africa and the world at large. His major themes are: Liberation, Reformation, Restoration, Preservation, Self-Discovery, Nature and Religion, and Identity.
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