A poem, written by Adam, age 9, reflecting on life under lockdown from Dublin, Ireland.
Under Lockdown read by Adam
I miss my friends from school,
I miss my nan and grandad,
I miss my cousins.
Sometimes the news upsets me so I make sure the news is not fake
I know that it is important to think of others and help them if you can.
I know that it is important to keep busy and to enjoy nature – even in your own garden.
I dream of my future where the environment is safe and protected.
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