Coronavirus Poems

Popular Coronavirus Poems
Government Poem
by James V Daniels

But like, we don't even need a government, is all I'm saying.
If all a government does is deregulate the companies and take way our freedoms- then our priorities need straitening.

And sure, they put police on our streets and pay for our schools. But those police have two jobs and the schools have no cash, and my friends are on zero hours contracts, they can't wait for their money back.
So there's a little something for you all... To think about.

But that's not the problem, more like an overture.
You see, the problem is that folks like you and me rarely turn out to be:
Fruit pickers; warehouse workers; shop fitters; joiners; carpenters; scaffolders; solicitors- wait!
That last one- maybe.

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Broken or Mended
by Pallavi Surana

Broken things, Mended pencils.
Strings with knots;
Thoughts with confusion.
Lately, all of this has been liberating.

To have experienced the process,
to have traversed the path!
To have finally accepted,
That, when life expires, all that matters is the "Journey"!


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corona
by Jordan Davis

the stress
of this thing
is heavy like a
weighted blanket
casting blue shadows
across crispy kindling-dry
landscapes of the world's future
with a grey thunderhead towering
to the invisible foothills of olympus
miniaturizing all i've ever been

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The People's Champion - in Trump's own words
by Robert Ippaso

I get it
I finally get it
It took a while
But now I'm showing my style.

To every home
With somber tone
My daily briefings
Broadcast my teachings;


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Fear and Purpose – in a time of Covid lockdown
by Robert Ippaso

Shuttered windows, peering eyes
Furtive glances, children's cries,
Broken spirits, sleepless nights,
Empty streets, lonely lights.

Where once lived the sounds of laughter
Lively cafes filled with bluster,
Muted echoes share the void,
Empty, sullen, unemployed.


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Recent Coronavirus Poems
Broken or Mended
by Pallavi Surana

Broken things, Mended pencils.
Strings with knots;
Thoughts with confusion.
Lately, all of this has been liberating.

To have experienced the process,
to have traversed the path!
To have finally accepted,
That, when life expires, all that matters is the "Journey"!


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कोरोना गाथा
by Pratik Regmi

कोरोना गाथा

पास मत अायो तुम लोग,अभि हे corona।
हे सरकार तुम अभीसे ,कुछ test सुरु करोना।
social distancing पालनाए नही करते हे ल‍ोग
धुस्सेमे कभि केह भी देया मेने ,यश कोरोना से तुम सभी मरोना।।

लोग मुझे लग्ते हे ,सारे हि नमुने।
सदा चल्ते हे टेहेलनेके लिए,सरकार कि कही बात व‍ो भी नासुने।।
लौग कैसे निक्ले यिस स्थिथी भी वो करते हे बैकमे मे झग्डे

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The Time of Terror
by Japman Aneja

I saw the sun rise from beneath the ground,
And bring a time of sunshine and cheer around,
When children played around and the nature danced to its own beat,
When birds sung their melodies and butterflies came to greet,

But this joy soon faded away and the fun seemed to cease,
When the clouds stormed over and the rain destroyed the nature’s peace,
The children stopped playing and nature showed its rage,
The sky growled, the thunder rumbled and everyone returned to their cage,


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The pandemic:Covid-19
by Khushi Mehra

Wondering how uncertain life is
The whole world has come to a standstill
Do I need to mention the reason for it?
Its none other than the pandemic Covid-19,isn’t it?
No more parties, no more hangouts
Practice social distancing thats the only way out.
Millions of people are suffering
Thousands of them are dying
What has it done to us,I am still wondering
Some are fighting for their lives in those isolated rooms

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corona
by Jordan Davis

the stress
of this thing
is heavy like a
weighted blanket
casting blue shadows
across crispy kindling-dry
landscapes of the world's future
with a grey thunderhead towering
to the invisible foothills of olympus
miniaturizing all i've ever been

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Popular Poets about Coronavirus From Members
  • James V Daniels
    James V Daniels (1 poems about Coronavirus)
    August 24, 1979 - San Diego
  • Ranjan Subedi
    Ranjan Subedi (1 poem about Coronavirus)
    September 8, 1990
  • Khushi Mehra
    Khushi Mehra (1 poems about Coronavirus)
    August 2,2001-India
  • Japman Aneja
    Japman Aneja (1 poems about Coronavirus)
    February 18, 2006 - Chandigarh, India
  • Pratik Regmi
    Pratik Regmi (1 poems about Coronavirus)
    July 2,1993-Gaur
  • Pallavi Surana
    Pallavi Surana (1 poems about Coronavirus)
    Travelling the world to study