and now the numbers are rising again hospitals filling ICUs getting sparse
it seems this virus actually is a bit more dangerous than the common flu no matter what irresponsible leaders across the globe keep telling their citizens
against the advice of medical experts despite almost 30 million infected 1 million dead and hundreds of millions of jobless
encouraging their followers to ignore safety instructions making them believe it is OK again to spread infections on parties and in discos or massive election campaign events continuing the vicious circle … continuing …. continuing …. continuing...
Once I went out to seek for a new job. Only to find out I came home (afterwards) completely mad!
When it comes to being unemployed it's hard to imagine success again. When (once upon a time ago) you once savored every moment of that very success before your realizations of it suddenly one day...went down the drain!
I ran down the muddy track Certain that the art of losing was too easy to master But no, behind my back Ran hundreds of other people, faster, and faster they ran. not for fame because they too were running in the marathon of life's shame they too were jobless like me maybe penny-less the competition was too tough for me after all, I'm a young chap, you see Thus, I bequeathed myself to the ***** track Fell there Gave up Cause I knew, I was never the man for the job.
I've put a lot of effort into this poem, thought about every line for a while. Please support me, love my poem. I'm a newbie to poetry. I'm actually a 14 year old boy, but I wrote this poem from the perspective from a young adult unable to find a job.