Where Did Coronavirus Came From Poem

by Abstract Poet   May 9, 2020


The disease appears to come from a Wuhan,
fish market where wild animals such as marmots, birds, rabbits, bats, and snakes.

are traded illegally coronaviruses are known
to jump from animals to humans, so it's
believed that the first humans are infected.

with the disease, a group consisting mainly
of stand owers from the fish market asked
them to come into contact with animals.

the hunt for the animal's source of COVID-19
is still unknown, although there are some
strong competitors a team of Virologists at.

the Wuhan Institute of Virology published
a detailed paper showing that the new genome
of the coronavirus found in bats.

while a study published on March 26 argued
that coronavirus genetic sequence in
Pangolins are between 88.5 and 92.4 percent.

similar to the human's virus, some early cases
of COVID-19 however, it appears that people unconnected to the Wuhan market; were.

infected, suggesting that the original route of infection in humans may have preceded the market cases in which the Wuhan market.

was closed for inspection and clearing on
January 1st but by then COVID-19 appears
to be spreading beyond.

the market on January 21st the Western
Pacific Office, where the disease was
transmitted, was also transmitted.

between people, which was evident
after medical personnel was infected
with the virus.

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I got inspiration from an article I was reading
on the internet, I hope it sounds okay. I have been thinking about what I wanted to write about that the virus was on my mind.

Please keep your hands clean and wear
that mask when you are out in public. we have
lost a lot of people in the world this is very
sad thing we are going through right now.

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  • 2 months ago

    by Kiko

    Abstract Poet,
    While this has the "shape" of a poem, it lacks any of the elements of poetry:
    simile, metaphor, personification, rhyme, meter, repetition, imagery, etc. The grammar is also coming up short. If you want to be serious about your writing, and it sound like you do, then I recommend that you read a ton of poems (from the great poets) and study up on your grammar. This is basically a restatement of a news article you read. Why not write about how this pandemic is affecting you and your family? The more personal a poem is, the more it will resonate with others. Try to avoid things that everyone already knows or can read about themselves. Be imaginative and creative: "Show," rather than "tell."

    Hope that helps,
    Eric

    • 2 months ago

      by Abstract Poet



      Thank you for your feedback Kiko
      I was having a writer's block so I decided to read an article on the virus I didn't know what to write about.