In the year of our Lord, two thousand and twenty,
A plague swept across the lands, spoiling plenty.
A virus, small and unseen, but full of might,
Which brought the world to its knees in a single night.
In cities and towns, in homes and in streets,
The virus spread, everything it eats,
People fell ill, some lost their breath,
And fear and uncertainty gripped the world fearing death.
But humanity did not despair,
We fought back with all our might and our care,
Scientists raced to find a cure,
Doctors and nurses worked tirelessly, night and day, to save the sick and the pure.
We wore masks to protect each other,
We stayed home missing mother,
We came together, though we were apart,
To support and uplift another’s heart.
The struggle was long and it was hard,
But we never gave up, we never let down our guard,
Through sacrifice and determination,
We overcame the darkness of this great nation.
And though the battle is not yet won,
We stand together, united as one,
We will face this challenge head on,
And emerge victorious, twilight and dawn.
For we are humanity, and we are strong,
We will overcome this crisis with blithe song,
To build a better world, where love and kindness reign,
And this dark chapter in our history will fade into the past, never to be seen again.