Ten Govs Students

Grigory Menshikov takes a poetic jab at COVID, social distancing, and protocols

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From the CDC

Grigory Menshikov, Editor

Ten Govs Students

Ten Govs students
going out to dine;
One walked the wrong direction
and then there were nine.

 

Nine Govs students
sat up very late;
One entered dorm mate’s room
and then there were eight.

 

Eight Govs students
drank lemonade with lemon;
One took off their mask
and then there were seven.

 

Seven Govs students
partook in Dorm Olympics;
One approached another
and then there were six.

 

Six Govs students
attended Senior night;
One forgot to wash their hands
and then there were five.

 

Five Govs students
entered the bookstore;
One didn’t use the sanitizer
and then there were four.

 

Four Govs students
went out for some tea;
One refilled their bottle
and then there were three.

 

Three Govs students
had homework to do;
They sat beside in Pesky
and then there were two.

 

Two Govs students
were apart for long;
They hugged each other warmly
and then there was one.

 

One Govs student
left all alone;
Their parents came to pick them up

and then there were none.