A Poem a Day to keep Social Isolation at Bay

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Dear readers,

 

I hope you are still keeping well! I think we are all looking forward to hearing an announcement this weekend about how we can all start to get back to normal but in the meantime, another beautiful poem for you to read! You may notice this was written by the same author as the last entry – both are wonderful and today’s poem feels particularly poignant as I am sure that you, like me, are missing dear friends and family.

 

The world in which we live in,

Is being turned upon its head,

A nasty ugly virus,

Of germs are being spread,

 

We can’t see our friends and family,

That’s what hurts us more,

No hugs to give, no hands to hold,

But they, re in our hearts for sure,

 

And if there’s an occasion,

when you can’t see your special friends

Keep them in your hearts a while,

You, ll have hugs when all this ends,

 

Keep thinking of your friendships,

The memories you treasure,

All the fun and laughter,

And the love you cannot measure,

 

So however long this goes on,

We have each other in our hearts,

Stay safe, dear friends and loves ones,

Will see you when this virus ends xxx

 

Written by Julie Haskell

 

Take care all and I look forward to sharing the next entry with you.

 

With Love,

Lauren X