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Days Of Despair
(7TH OCTOBER 1951 / Trissur, Kerala State, India.)

Days Of Despair

Poem By Joanna Rampton

The virus caught on
To innocent people
Who made some sex,
From the sex workers,
Through bloof transfusions,
Of ynknown quality
It gripped the earth
Like a vice like
The erstwhile tuberculosis,
Small pox, mice disease,
Leprosy and others
Which people feared most,
The aids spread the threat
On even ordinary lovers,
To make love, even to kiss,
Even being nearby,
Of the infected unlucky,
It continues dreadful
Unconquerable, reducing
The mating rate of humans
By large extent,
Denying of the small
Concieved illegal act
Of the love acts.

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