Katacha Díaz – Six Haiku

Wanderlust and love of travel have taken Katacha Díaz all over the world to gather material for her stories.

Her poetry appears with Skipping Stones, The Galway Review, Ethos Literary Journal, Taj Mahal Review, Harvests of New Millenium, Voice of Eve, Muddy River Poetry Review, Visual Verse, Poetry Pacific, Pangolin Review, among others.

She lives and writes up in her perch in a quaint little historic town at the mouth of the Columbia River in the Pacific Northwest, USA.

COVID-19 Pandemic

By Katacha Díaz

the world comes to screeching halt
Dow takes grisley plunge


In denial with
precious time wasted, what and
when did he know it?


Stay-at-home order
a matter of life and death
self-quarantine STAT


Pandemic heroes
medical, law enforcement


Elderly lifeline
neighbors come to the rescue
grocery shopping


A deadly virus
lack of planning, leadership
shaken to the core


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