The Horror of the Invisible Enemy

September 14, 2020 Off By Anissa Sboui

The Horror of the Invisible Enemy

Where is the fury?
Can’t see the jury
Life is simpler than
One may imagine
An enemy walking in the air
Is sent for a historic affair
The human engine
At stake
That’s what the enemy’ll shake

Life’s simpler than
One may envisage
An enemy, tramping through the city,
With free footsteps
The human verbalization,
Aphonic like a chocked kitten,
Hit by a tipsy tomboy,
Holding grudge against a goofy girlfriend,
As ugly as Bruce Jenner,
Baffled like a betrayed spouse
Darted by pandemic spears
The chest’s lenses, the defunct ones,
As their defenses are put up for auction

Life’s simpler than
One may fancy
In the Hubei Province,
Like petrified shrubs,
Rambled everywhere
Kim, with the white uniform
Heads to the Feast
Not to taste bats
But to reach the Yellow Crane Tower
In the Jianghan Plain,
The umbrella holds his hand,
The rain, the crown-like spike,
Is filling the contagious ground.
Worried, Kim is.
The horror of the invisible enemy
Haunts his senses
Wet, he flees not
His terrified shadow,
Hides behind the tall building
Cleans the shivering fingers, still
Scratching the palms
Peeling the invisible pandemic
The soap shrinks to the half
Still the enemy is
Following Kim,
Catching him
Can only alert him to the visible destiny