What do you see # 24 – We are here

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( For visually challenged readers, the image shown a neon sign lit in lime green color. In the background, you can see city lights. The sign read, ” you are here” )

Staying at home to save lives
The old, the young, husbands and wives
Until the pandemic is gone
Social distancing and wash hands
Eating rice, pasta and tinned cans
All the frontliners we count on
Together but apart we fight
Follow the guidelines and no fright
Soon we’ll see the rainbow and dawn*

(c) ladyleemanila 2020


* The Nove Otto poetry form was created by Scott J. Alcorn. It is a nine-lined poem with 8 syllables per line (isosyllabic). The rhyme scheme is as follows: aacbbcddc.

For: What do you see # 24. 6 April 2020,  Happy third Thursday of NaPoWriMo/GloPoWriMo,  New Day Tomorrow ( #AtoZChallenge )

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