‘But Remember This Battle’ – Written By A Paramedic

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This piece was written by a paramedic who has been on the frontline of the fight against the virus:

‘The Time Has Come , The Vaccine Is Here We Have Waited So Long, In Grief And In Fear My Colleagues And I , Through Tiredness And Tears Have Worn Masks And Shields , To Treat Families And Peers You Clapped For Us , To Help Us Win But Everyday , Our Green Line Grew Thin.

‘The Front line Was tough , Crews Saw Heartache And Pain But We Grew Stronger Together , While The Virus Remained The Public Were generous , With Food Sweets And Gifts But What Every Crew Wanted , Was Safety From Shift My Colleagues Are Struggling , The Suffering Is Clear But No Hug For Support , As It Would Be Too Near.

‘At A Distance I Try , To Sympathetically Ask But The Truth From A Tear , Falls Over A Mask The Hospitals Full, With Ambos’s In Queue For All You Conspirators, Please Take A View The Doctors And Nurses , All In A&E Treating The Sick , In Full PPE.

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