In our new abnormal normal lives in the days of COVID19, I thought it might be helpful to have a video poem that specifically deals with face coverings. If you are peeking here for the first time, make sure to go to "BLOG WITH ME" before you view the poem. I want to take great care in not offending those who may have differing views on the practice of wearing masks. My only interest is in guiding young children through what is new and must be confusing to them.
This is a Haiku story poem. A Haiku is simply a 3 line poem having 5 syllables in the first line, 7 in the next and 5 in the last. You may also see a Ukiah. Did you notice a fun thing about this word? It is Haiku spelled in reverse and speaks to a Haiku written in reverse form; 7 syllables in the first line, 5 in the middle and back to 7 in the last! How fun! We can thank Robert Ropars for this little invention. The following video poem is technically a Haiku Ukaih story.
Once upon a time