When The World Was Sick







I saw people singing

Balcony, Sing, Music

I saw people dancing


I saw people praying


I saw people giving

Toilet Paper

I saw people loving

Give, Receive

I saw people caring


I saw people create laughter

Pig, Pink. Laugh

I saw people helping

Groceries, Help, Assist

I saw people see their truths.

And change.

Be Better

I could see the way we should be.

And I saw.

How we began to heal.














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27 thoughts on “When The World Was Sick

  1. Beautiful and timely. ⚘
    Hopefully, the world will learn to appreciate what we have and heal as one.

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  2. Ocean Bream says:

    Colleen, your illustrations are so joyful!

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  3. utesmile says:

    Hopefully it will show us something and we will learn and appreciate more.

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  4. Let’s hope that people don’t forget as quickly as they have done in the past.

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  5. Really great – there’s a lot of positive coming out of people.

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  6. beth says:

    so beautiful and it is what gives me hope every day

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  7. Ellen says:

    Wonderful art and writing! We have the power within us to be better and we must release it now when the need is at its greatest. Thank-you!


  8. this really helps reassure me that things will be okay. Thank you!

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Marts says:

    Love your poem and art…

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