The end of the pandemic — COVID-19

Can we quarantine everyone for long enough
Long enough for it to die its death and be gone
Who would live without treatment – help
Will we stand to see them left

May we infect all to save the world
This principle of the vaccine
To train the warriors to kill them all
Only them and not us

What’s the pill to kill the virus within
An anti-oxidant of sorts to spoil the corruption it is
This thing that has interferred with the man’s skills
The drug with the balls to abort all its feels

Who will live her way to health
Has nature not provided a berth
Something to claim the living of the COVID
To restore the human flesh to itself

We eat, pray, love
Of the hope that He has saved
Save the earth from her friendship of death
One she has lived in since her birth

It will go as it has come
From nowhere into nowhere
What will the people become
After all has been done

Grateful — March 2017

Didn’t look like a good month half way gone
Looked like I’d end up where I didn’t want
Like a flood it sees me fighting
Finding a way to make better this that I have
It would seem like I suffer
But God knows how it has worked out to my rise

I am grateful for chance

Mysterious almost
That strange luck
I am grateful for open doors
The good fortune that I’ve got

You have made a way

Let me go

I don’t know what to say
How to tell you I’m sorry
Guilt consumes me
Freezes my confidence
Broods over the sadness
That I stepped into a snare

It was good for the while
A period as a wink
What was I thinking

Let me go
Free me from our bond
That I feel I hurt no one
If I put a stake through my core
Nor cause me pain
If by what I do I be hurting you

Some things just happen
Not this one
I blinked
Why me
Walked outside the walls
As with a mind brainless

That you love me so is reason to stay
That I love you so is the reason I want to go

Shh
Breathe
Love
Live

Let me go
Free me from our bond
That I feel I hurt no one
If I put a stake through my core
Nor cause me pain
If by what I do I be hurting you

That you love me so is reason to stay
That I love you so is the reason I want to go

Shh
Heal
Love
Live

 

There’s hope, Frodo.

Gandalfs death is not in vain, nor would he have you give up hope. You carry a heavy burden Frodo, don’t carry the weight of the dead.

I heard a voice in my head. She said to me, “even now, there is hope left.” But I cannot see it; it’s been long since we had any hope.

I know what to do, it’s just that I’m afraid to do it.

Even the smallest person can change the course of the future. You have your own choice to make … to rise above the heights of all your fathers … or to fall into darkness with all that is left of your kin.

— From the Lord of the Rings