Malaria Is A Silent Killer



Good hygiene and carrying our enclosing pure is always the ability to eradicate illness
I didn't care about you taught me a lifetime lesson to be aware of my health much more
You may also be plugging by transmission of blood from infected populations or by the use of contaminated needles or syringes
I didn't care about you taught me a lifetime lesson to be aware of my health much more
You must always drape mosquito netting over beds, put screens on windows and doors, and redress clothing, mosquito nets, tents, snoozing bags, and other fabrics with an insect repellent called permethrin
You must wear long pants and long sleeves to cover your skin; not only that, but you have been nipping and leaving you with a deadly syndrome, nobody knows how it feels to have such painful moments fog your  whole times
I felt all my bones get weak from these hell-flogged days and after prognostics of sweating lazy body feverish me midnight blackness and lonely, it refused to stop until those epochs broke
I didn't care about you taught me a lifetime lesson to be aware of my health much more
At last, I am green, and I am going to be taken
Is anyone reciting for me alongside?
This is the lowest malaria I've ever had
You must prohibit virus transmission by deciding the mosquito natives and how to diagnose and remedy malaria germs
I didn't care about you taught me a lifetime lesson to be aware of my health much more
You must use Insecticide-recovered  mosquito nets and house screening to forbid adult mosquitoes from pricking in the house, and indoor residual spraying kills adult mosquitoes in the cubbyhole
I didn't care about you taught me about lifetime lesson to be aware of my health much more
You are typically found in warmer tropical and subtropical countries: Areas in Africa, South Asia, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and Oceania have been affected by Malaria The sting social graces journey starts late evening and early hours of the morning
Your symptoms alert: Fever, Chills, Sweats, Headaches, Nausea and vomiting
Aches Severe malaria, involves organ failure or abnormal blood and metabolism
It's a medical emergency that should be cured urgently and aggressively; you are to snatch Antimalarial drugs for good treatment
You have to depend only on Personal Protective measures and antimalarial
drugs when appropriate

About this poem

POET’S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM: The poem was written on Saturday, 7th October 2023. This poem captures Malaria is disease that affects millions of people around the world. It is caused by parasites that are transmitted through the bites of infected mosquitoes. In this anthology, we present the best poems about malaria that capture the pain, suffering, and resilience of those affected by this disease. Malaria is a devastating disease that affects millions of people around the world. These malaria poems showcase the various emotions and experiences that come with living with or being affected by malaria. From feelings of despair and hopelessness to determination and resilience, these poems offer a powerful and poignant look at the realities of this disease. It is our hope that through increased awareness and support, we can work towards eradicating malaria and providing much-needed relief to those who are suffering. 

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Submitted by Yousif on October 07, 2023

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Stanza Lengths 21

Yousif Ibrahim Abubaker

Yousif Ibrahim Abubaker Abdalla was born on 9th of March 1986 in Khartoum - Sudan. People always call me (Shakespeare) he went to University of Juba- School of Arts and Humanities- Departmentof English Language. He works as a TEFL teacher and IELTS/TOEFL preparation trainer, Freelance interperter / Translator, and Poet. Provided Arabic to English Translation, proofreading, editing, interperted multiple in person interview and workshops for the documentary. Highly acquainted with. political. economical, legal documents, technical phraseology to ensure correct Translation Reviewed and Translation of books. He is inspired poet from the country of exquisite natural beauty, ancient historical attractions and inhabitants well versed in the art of hospitality in central Africa beloved Sudan. He is fond of poetry writing about life and whole thing that happen to human kind, either good or bad. He has got the collection of poems that he writes in various issues: socio-cultural, lamentation, lyrical, narrative, political, love, friendship, pain, especial events of my life, , etc and environmental as well, he always publishes many articles and poems on Sindh Courier is an online news service in Karachi, Pakistan. He had have been worked as a debate leader discussing various topics in many English Institutes, centers, academy and schools over 10 years, and sometimes he helps foreigners who come to visit our state to work with them as a translator or trip guider also, he helps international business people communicate more effectively and comfortably in British English. He does this virtually as non a native speaker, he supports people gain the confidence needed to improve and master accent management is key to intelligibility and thus pronunciation training has become a primary focus of his personalized sessions. He focuses on helping my clients learn how english language system works and then how to put it into action with relevant vocabulary, correct pronunciation. He also can be reached at: americanslang64@gmail.com more…

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