Reply Line notice: I made a decision this may be a superb day to share a few poems that some devoted readers despatched me about our present scenario. Hold sending questions — I’ll be again at answering them Saturday. As we speak although — on this fourth week of working at house whereas cracking down on a few children who’re bored with doing their college work — I wanted some encouragement.
I hope you take pleasure in these poems as a lot as I did
I like this acrostic poem — with strains that begin with the primary letters of the phrase “COVID-19” — from our buddy Carole Chapel. I’ve beloved the poems she’s despatched me through the years, however particularly this one which helps us take a bit of little bit of energy again from this factor that’s inflicting a lot bother:
19 = Coronavirus Pandemic
Assist: “For I’m the Lord your God who takes maintain of your proper hand and says to you, Don’t concern for I’ll show you how to.” Isaiah 41:13.
Carolyn Anderson despatched this poem about what life seems like now that we’re preventing this virus by sheltering-at-home. A minimum of, I hope that’s what we’re all doing.
Quarantined…Caught at house.
Heaven is aware of, we’re not alone.
Now the outdated drum has a brand new beat.
Foraging for our day by day supplies-
As soon as Man’s work, has since died.
The Ladies now go on the Hunt,
Braving the night time & scorching solar.
They cross the Traces & “offered out” cabinets Not simply pondering of themselves- However of these relying on them at Dwelling Sleeping & Consuming of their Protected Zone.
All cozy, cozy & hunkered down
Within the Nest you’ve made all secure & sound. Males are contributing ten occasions over And slowly, Mankind might come collectively.
We Salute all these on the Entrance Traces
As Life continues in these Attempting Occasions.
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