Pandemic Haiku

By David Petreman

Death, death, death, death, death.
Death, death, death, death, death, death, death.
Death, death, death, death, death.

David A. Petreman has published poetry in many U.S. and Canadian literary journals. Dos Madres Press published his “Candlelight in Quintero” in 2011 and Finishing Line Press published his “Francisco in the Days of Exile in 2008.

I wrote the poem as a response to overwhelming grief.

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David Lee Garrison
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David Lee Garrison
4 months ago

This obe says it all!

David Lee Garrison
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David Lee Garrison
4 months ago

I mean this one says it all. Parfon the typo.

CChristy White
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CChristy White
4 months ago

And to read it outloud gives it a whole new dimension!

Dennis
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4 months ago

Commas are errands, emails, tweets, goodbyes, and chores—the periods are stats.

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