Boy’s heartfelt poem: ‘COVID be gone in the depths of dawn’

Boy's heartfelt poem: 'COVID be gone in the depths of dawn' 1

 

Carter Mann, a Grade 5 student from Sudbury, Ont., shares his poem about COVID-19 and social distancing to inspire frontline workers like his dad, who's a paramedic.

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7 Comments on "Boy’s heartfelt poem: ‘COVID be gone in the depths of dawn’"

  1. cool video you deserve more subscribers

  2. Lame af

  3. to bad COVID is just getting started

  4. Though COVID-19 rarely ruffles one’s nape

    sociopathic leaders use it to justify r*pe

    of our economic future and the financial tape

    just so their thousand dollar suits can continue to drape.

    Thank you.

    Best,

    N ~

  5. All Mighty Ass | April 8, 2020 at 6:34 PM | Reply

    Yeah because actually revamping our healthcare system so it’s capable of handling a pandemic is no match for this brat’s stupid poem

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