All Our Tomorrows Today
From the eerie quite of our lives
From the corners of our globe.
People sing from roof tops,
Others fear to venture in voice, in soul.
Unheard tapping, weaving the web,
Keys are rapped as panic sets.
We headless chickens roam alone.
The rumbles of life once heard…
People, trains and planes
Scurried across our lands.
Amidst madding crowds,
That once gathered loud,
All disappeared in a blink.
Fixed in isolation
In fear of violation,
The café owner pours a lonely drink…