Pieces in response to the vaccine roll out
“Roll up your sleeve and give a big smile”
Jab in the arm by Wendy
Do Go Out
Don’t Go Out
Go to Work
Don’t go to work
Use the Bus
Don’t use the Bus
Oh for god’s sake will you stop making a fuss
Stay at home and Wash your hands
20 seconds, as much as you can
Nowhere to go
No one to see
How can all this, really be
Daily figures, deaths and tiers
News reports just adds to our fears
But wait, there’s hope
There’s a light, shining bright
A jab in the arm
But is it quite right
A decision was made
So get in line
Roll up your sleeve and give a big smile
Now here’s a card to keep in your pocket
Woops pick it up, don’t you dare drop it
Now follow the rules and Go straight home
Put on the TV and don’t you dare roam
The Vacsean for Christmas by Paul
Its what we have been wating for
The PM exclamed
With a new kind of medison
The needle was amed
Imunise front line
Give hope to the masses
And get the children back into classes
Yong and old
The first injection is ever so bold
The world is watching the first
Is this the start of a new song we’re sing
Tomorrow the future and what will it bring
A vacsean for christmas
Covid vaccine by Spencer
I’m troubled by a vaccine.
I’m pleased every day when things are improving but I don’t like the notion of returning back to normal.
Back to normal will find me out.
Back to normal will remove my armour.
Before the pandemic I was strong and successful and then I was struck down by the unearthing of long held insecurities and weaknesses.
Dante had eight and I was signed up to four.
Then though you think – well would anyone ever say that.
It’s self indulgent.
I want the world to recover and I’ll be at the vanguard of the renaissance.
The sirens of the doldrums can do one. I prefer Britannia.