The weight of truth behind this poem weighs so heavily in each person's heart and along with the virus it just too much to deal with. Instead of helping each other through this difficult time, it just kills all hope..
Such truth and heaviness in this. I feel in acknowledging this, instead of brushing things aside, though it causes sorrow and may take away our hope and faith in humanity... it's necessary. We see the world for what it is sometimes, and it's heart-breaking, and perhaps that's what we get for seeing what others close their eyes to in these times. I admire when people DO see the positives, as we all need something uplifting, but sometimes, one can't deny this darkness. It's not enough to witness someone doing good for another when we see humanity hurt each other so often. I share your sadness. It also shows the depth of your heart and emotions, how much empathy and compassion you have. We hurt when others are hurting and experiencing such ruthless injustices.
There's a lot of negativity in the world right now, lots of loss, sadness, death, racism, discrimination, uncertainty. This poem is heavy with all of those. Sending sunny intervals your way, Dagmar. :)