The truth will not be known

First wave, second waves

The world’s infected,

How did this happen

How are we so effected,

And how did it take so long

For it to be detected,

Where did it come from

Only the few know,

Is this a seed that governments have sown

Or is it a repercussion of our need for greed,

To devour all and everything,

And a result of our unhealthy lifestyles,

And even if the truths discovered there is no way

It will see the light of day and be placed on display,

They’ll keep it as top secret as we dig the graves

Of the victims of a pandemic that came from nowhere, one day.

Published by fauxcroft

spiritually aware and compassionate. Experiencing being human through my conscious reality in an illusory world.

7 thoughts on “The truth will not be known

  1. It really is sad what is happening to this world. What’s worse is that there are people who know what’s going on and either won’t say anything, or are afraid to say anything. In the meantime, look at the lives that are lost in the process. This poem speaks volumes and a sad truth, Faux. Very well said.

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