There once was a wedding in June,
Which covid demanded we zoom.
"No way!!" cried the bride,
"Let's have it OUTSIDE!"
We'll dance by the light of the moon!
- Carol R.
The Christian church consists of love,
Such is the reason for the dove.
A church like St Pauls, Has the history of Paul.
To remind us of Christ, To tell us of Christ.
And the invite to share his love.
- David L.
There once were a people on earth
Who didn’t know each other’s worth
When along came a plague
They walked zigging or zag
And hoped for a hugging re-birth
Pandemically pressured parishes
persist with poise and permanence.
As people are pained
with passions at play,
the Prince of Peace prohibits pestilence
There once was a Vicar of St Paul's
Who found himself preaching to walls
He dismissed the gloom
By meeting on Zoom
So COVID can't stop him at all.
our leaders have told us to adhere
to rules now covid is here
but many of us show no fear
as we continue our lives to stear
in manners that show we do not care
so off to stores we go
to walk in ways that show
we have not learned to know
so our leaders try other means to go
to curve us into new ways we must grow.
COVID has become such a specter
That everything seems like a vector.
When mom watered her iris,
She heard it whisper “virus”,
Like coming too close would infect her.
There once was a zoom made by John
He helped people get, and log on
Jodi, Asher, and team
Helped Myron live-stream
Our community kept growing on.