ITV News London asked a few of London's poets to write about how London is coping with the coronavirus crisis.

  • Derek Owusu is the first novelist on Stormzy’s #Merky Books and his poem is called 'Where To Begin?'

  • Harry Petty is an English teacher and poet from Bromley who's been teaching his students while isolating with his siblings, parents and grandparents...

  • Jeffrey Cohen a retired rabbi and poet is currently self-isolating at home and has written a poem dedicated to the frontline workers - the nurses, carers and support staff. He's called it 'Do I believe in Angels'...

  • Hannah Lowe from Essex has written something called 'Paper, Scissors, Rock' about her walks with her son, and about London her home city...

  • Ollie Feather from south London wrote 'Hour Of The People', speaking out how the "wheels of calm have been set in a spin..."

  • Aimee Corry, a drama student from north London wrote a poem to fill her time with creativity with her poem, 'The Edge'.

  • Tom Roberts, wrote a poem about how London said thank you after thousands of people stood at their doorways and windows and clapped for the NHS, this is called 'The Night My Street Started Clapping.

Check back for more poems in the days ahead...