AirBorne. A poem by Pauline Morgan

What is the meaning of a virus, airborne?
For scientists, it is ways to capture; resolve to stop mother earth amid unnecessary mourns.
To the lay-person, it is testing the human soul, spirit and faith.
Each person will overcome this invisible enemy to keep their love ones safe.
Protect humans from becoming a host.
Strict washing of human hands is best at the most.
Keep a safe distance at all times.
Not to become affected kin of mine.


The call to Pauline Morgan’s native Northern Ireland was too strong and, after a fascinating stint overseas, she recently relocated there. Pauline had some unique mystical experiences in various houses she lived in and, as a result, self-published the paranormal Special Houses. She has been a member of the Romantic Novelist Association and participated in their New Writers’ Scheme. She attended a day course in Editing, tutored by author/mentor Morgen Bailey. Pauline is a member of Writers Ink, and has written two short stories; to be published in Woman’s Way magazine in May and Oct 2020; enjoys entering Flash Fiction competitions, Kanturk Arts Festival.

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