by P6 Lochardil Primary (@chloemcd91 and @LochardilPS)
Our Changing World 2020
A Collection of Poems
by P6 Pupils at Lochardil Primary
Soap is sold out. It makes us have doubts about what the world will be like after this.
School is shut down, it makes our parents frown, “how will they get their education?” It's happening to the whole nation.
Funeral directors are rich while most others are crying into a ditch. Cemeteries are full and the directors start to rule no longer buying fancy limousines and 90 foot TV screens COVID19 The world is not what it seems.
No more shaking hands. Don't touch your face. Never stand too close In a crowded place.
A virus is amongst us, It's roaming around our lands. It contaminates and does us harm By the simple touch of our hands.
Dark days are fast approaching We have to be aware. Hygiene is our only shield To this demon who waits out there.
No Shaking Hands, A Virus is Around Us. Soap Sold Out. Tissue Sold Out. Soon life will be Sold Out.
Nothing To do. Nothing To Be.
School's Shut Down for you and me Lives shut down. Parents are stressed.
COVID-19 is changing the world. COVID-19 is Taking us down.
The world is sickly and everyone is unhappy I went to Tesco Couldn't even buy a nappy. The family says "lets cook, with out favourite recipes from our book". We went to Tesco but could only get some Soup.
COVID 19 is taking its toll. In Tesco I couldn't even get toilet roll! Everyone is in lockdown but please do not frown. Don’t stress Why don’t you just try your best?
I couldn’t escape the waking dream of infected fleas I couldn’t un-see the infected people that were crying for help running to the hospital and hundreds of ambulances passing me.
Which brought to mind the sorry story of the world ending the happiness was on the other side but it spread to the other side of happiness that the selfish prime minister Boris Jonson didn't listen But I slept again, and dreamt this time of the cure sending across the world and the whole world was cured.
I followed a cloud and when I looked down it was like nothing happened.