For Socially Distanced Proms...You can still get your kicks with "The New Coronavirus Blues"

Trying to figure out how to enjoy dancing six feet apart at your #Prom? Trying to figure out if it's even safe to kiss your Prom Date? Don't despair...You can still get your kicks with a poem/potential song lyrics called "The New Coronavirus Blues"
SAN MATEO, Calif. - May 21, 2021 - PRLog -- Here's something you can do to make a Socially Distanced Prom during Covid a lot more fun…you can read or sing your classmates a poem called "The New Coronavirus Blues."

"The New Coronavirus Blues" is a poem that the whole world can vent to right now.
The poem was written by Robert Barrows, President of an advertising agency called R.M. Barrows Advertising & Public Relations in San Mateo, California.

You can see the poem in a book called "Crazy Robert's More Great Poems and Potential Song Lyrics" that you can download for a dollar on Amazon.

*PLUS…there are also several things that media companies can do with this poem that could generate...

Media companies could post the poem on a dedicated web page and let their audiences add in some verses of their own…and it could become the longest running poem in the world, in many different languages.

Here are the first few verses of the poem...

Copyright 2020-2021 Robert M. Barrows

No more hugging
No more touching
No more rubbing
Just a lot of scrubbing

I got those new Coronavirus Blues

No more kissing
No more licking
No more secretly
nose picking

I got those new Coronavirus Blues

No more traveling
No more gathering
No more sexy unraveling

I got those new Coronavirus Blues

No more intimacy
No more skintimacy
No more shaking hands
No more rubbing glands
No more fans in the stands

I got those new Coronavirus Blues

You can also see some more of Barrows' poetry in another book called "Crazy Robert's Poems and Potential Song Lyrics" that you also can download for a dollar on Amazon.

"And, regarding Prom Dates…I also do some sculpture, says Barrows, and one of the pieces I did is a piece called "Prom Date.'

"In a brochure about my art, I describe it as…
"Prom Date"…
This scrawny little flat-chested thing is called Prom Date, with all due apologies to my real prom date, who was neither scrawny nor flat-chested.

Here is a link where you can see a photo of that magnificent Objet d'art:

For more information, call Robert Barrows at R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising and Public Relations at 650-344-4405.

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