Haiku Poem – 新型コロナワクチン接種

waiting in a silent line
Covid-19 shot

(Jim Woodhull)
きたい する ワクチン ちゅうしゃ れつ で まつ

This week, I was finally able to start my Covid-19 vaccine shots. According to the news, there have been over 1 million Hawaiian residents that have received their vaccination shots. I was able to make an appointment very quickly as there were many locations available. Along with hospitals there are supermarket and store chains here that offer the vaccine shots in their Pharmacy department. I decided to go to one of the store Pharmacies. I waited in line with about 6 other people who were very quiet and seemed very nervous. Although I was a little nervous, the shot was not painful at all. Since I regularly give blood platelets, the shot process was very easy. Other than my arm being a little sore there has been no other problems. My next shot will be in 3 weeks and I am looking forward to having the whole process finished.


Collaborative Haiku Poem
– Jim Woodhull
– Japanese by Jim Woodhull and Nakamura Michiko
– Photo by Jim
Honolulu, Hawaii ハワイ州オアフ島ホノルル
(編集長 美智子)

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