David King, a Nigerian poet based in US has written a poem for deadly coronavirus pandemic.

The deaf but very intelligent man has been writing a collection of poems since age nine. Some of his poems are “Uncertainty-2009″, “Mother of baby written in 2006”, “September Eleven, 9 /11- 2005” among others.

In a chat with Onyxnews Nigeria, the 49 year old revealed that some of his poems are in the US Library of Congress in Washington.

David King has written a related poem to the current happenings, the coronavirus infection the world is experiencing today. He compiled and wrote the poem on May 10 2020.

Below is the poem

Coronavirus is here

We want nothin’
We want no war
Gotta no time for hate
We just want love
Spreading love near and far
Beyond the horizon
And unto the unknown
We are just the world
Cos Coronavirus is here
Coronavirus is here
Whoa oh yeah
Coronavirus is here

Human wisdom rekindled
Discriminations vanished
Social stereotypes obsoleted
Superpowers locked down
We are just the world
As one big family and religion
Cos Coronavirus is here
No Islam, no Christianity
No Buddhism, no Hinduism
No Judaism, no Jainism
It will be just you and me
And all we want is love
More Love, More Love
Oh yeah, Oh yeah
More Love, More Love
Spreading love near and far
Beyond the horizon
And unto the unknown
We are just the world
Cos Coronavirus is here
Coronavirus is here
Whoa oh yeah
Coronavirus is here

Whoa, oh yeah
Coronavirus is here

We want nothin’
We want no war
Gotta no time for hate
We just want love
Spreading love near and far
Beyond the horizon
And unto the unknown
We are just the world
As one big family and religion
No Rich, no Poor
No White, no Black
No Party political, no Political affiliations
It will be just you and me
And all we want is love
More Love, More Love
Oh yeah, Oh yeah
More Love, More Love
Spreading love near and far
Beyond the horizon
And unto the unknown
We are just the world
Cos Coronavirus is here
Coronavirus is here
Whoa oh yeah
Coronavirus is here

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