Lockdown: A Poem

I had a Google Pixel phone
As my photography's cornerstone
Two days before lockdown
Anger came like cyclone
To the floor Pixel was thrown
Screen cracked and it broke down
But I had to postpone
Travel to Ernakulam town,
the nearest pixel service center known
Since then 2 months have gone
I am still stuck in my zone
My beard outgrown
With the realization I should scale down
Emotions that moan
Which flood my scone
In a world so Sharon
When even the Ching Chong
Use pandemic as a weapon