Here is a poem about Coronavirus and the time that the world is in -- Ben R., 3rd grade
C...Coronavirus is not what we were wanting,
O...of course it had to come!
I...it’s not delicious but germs are on our thumbs!
D...Diseases coming, one after the other,
1...1 year of isolation,
9...9 more days until violation! (not true, hopefully…)
I hoped you liked my poem!
This is a poem about COVID-19 and being home by Lani H., 2nd grade.
School (Home) Life
On weekends, I’m usually
Woken up by the firelight in my window
Started to become symbols of bad luck
I’m in love
I’ve set a goal
On shiny greatness incarnate
As for life, flesh, and blood
Our teams have gotten stronger
Sharing our experience kingdoms
And the teeth of the great golden
Were never dangerous to us
A poem by Ben L., 3rd grade
The Coronavirus World
One second at a time,
The world goes by.
Stay indoors, try not to cry.
My mind is screaming "when will this be done".
My parents saying "hang in there hon".
People saying they enjoyed the first day,
But down deep, everyone's sad there's no school in three weeks.