Internalized mayhem stirs within your being, Storm clouds brewing in your mind's horizon, A scatter of recollections and discoveries surface in your conscious, You talk when you cease to be at peace with your thoughts, This banter hangs in the foreground of action as you contemplate your next steps, Treacherous thoughts, Disconnected mind, Heart aflutter.
Inspired by Kahlil Gibran, this poem explores thought to speech
Constantly it changed everything. Overthrows hopes among people, Varied thoughts, feelings, and demands Ignites humans’ inability to understand, how Deadly this virus can be.
Its existence Creates a big change. A change that made everything Fall into place and Space Or nearly destroys what’s in order.
How did the virus earn its crown? It is on its pedestal! Corona, Corona, the virus! Virus and it's viral.
Could it be a blessing or not? Could we be grateful that it exists? Or it merely Destroys Harmony and order.
Corona, Consoles people Offers love and care to others; Reunites shattered and damaged ones; Nestles kindness and patience to one and all; Allows bonds and relations to grow deeper.
Is it an epiphany? A sort of vision to see how beautiful our future will be, If everyone cares to see the good in each other? To admire and to appreciate the efforts and hard work of all men Regardless of life status? Is it not great to see how people around the globe love one another?
This pandemic shocked the world indeed. It paved a way to heal what’s broken Living and non-living things; Yes, let us include everything that God has created. We have forgotten our sole responsibility to His gifts.
Corona, Cures and heals. Optimistically changes the heart of many; Rhetorically awakens all to contemplate; Obliged everybody to care; Now, behold and pray.
This too shall pass. Many have died but this would not end Your hope and faith. Together we fight, Together we uncrown Corona!
... Without saying a word Hamlet confronts a new world of ignorance and defense, that makes him contemplate the sense of life and death ones again while shelving at Value Village “Madness, deceive and revenge, this is going on for too long, there is nothing to live for …” ... The monolog of “to be or not to be” continues in my pocket … as I pay four dollars at the cashier, Hamlet rescued from obscurity feels happy and safe for-once ...
Value Village it is a second hand store in Canada. Selling clothes and books, different things people don’t need anymore ...
Allow for time to contemplate choices made in state Singularity holds a fee an opportunity cost Another thought is lost from the moment we awake Energy ingested decisions we are blessed with Short term gains instill a greater weight Communicative building blocks can help us through today Think about your space and the product you create