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Covid, Fear and Family

The Long Haiku

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A sense of smell gone
Replaced by a sense of fear
Has Covid come near

To me and my kin
Awaiting the test results
Is torture most foul

To look at my child
To look at my loved parents
Fear on husband’s face




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Vee Goldman

Vee Goldman

Makes various jottings about life, the universe, and other stuff. Mother, Wife, Sheep Whisperer, and Free Spirit. For some reason has started writing poetry.

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