You can’t see it, hear it, smell it
This silent killer that’s invaded our shores
It’s crossed cities and villages
Mountains and Moors.
It’s taken our loved ones, brave workers
Their grandchild, his wife.
No one is safe, as we all wait together
In fear of our lives.
I see cows, sheep and wildlife
Roaming woodlands and fields.
They have more freedom than us
As we stand still, fearing to yield.
are passing us by
There are no hugs or kisses
Just FaceTime or Skype
We all stood together and sang
“We’ll meet again”
But when will this dark killer
Stop it’s heartache and pain
When will we feel no longer afraid
To live free, and just breathe
Will it be God or the scientists
That force this cruel enemy to leave
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