Remembrance

For those left to die

on their own,

struggling with the fear

of the unknown,

I would like to remember you

in this poem.

For all their family and friends

who were unable to be

with them at the end,

I would like to remember you

in this poem.

For the Doctors and Nurses

who did their best,

who worked day and night

without rest,

I would like to remember you

in this poem.

For the ordinary people

who did as they were told

in order to try

and protect our old,

I would like to remember you

in this poem.

For all the nations of the world

who stood together

as this pandemic unfurled,

I would like to remember you

in this poem.

red moon during night time

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