TO BE SAFE OR NOT TO BE SAFE? THAT IS THE QUESTION.

There’s discussion right now online, on radio, TV and in the press as to whether or not jabs against Covid-19 should be mandatory.

I think they definitely should be for anyone who has face to face contact with the public. 

 

I have a little passport

I keep it in my bag

It tells the world that I am safe

That I have had my jab.

 

My granny’s in a care home

But me she cannot see

The carers there don’t want the jab

That doesn’t seem fair to me.

 

I want to go to the theatre

I’d like to see a play

Until everyone has had their jabs

I’d rather stay away.

 

I want to go on holiday

Fly off to the sun

Live the life I used to live

Well, doesn’t everyone?

 

So why not have a passport

that says I’m safe to roam

If safety isn’t guaranteed

I’d rather stay at home!

 

I have a little passport

I keep it in my bag

It tells the world that I am safe

That I have had my jab.

 

I hope you get yours soon! Until then, stay safe and keep well.

 

 

 

© Andrea Neidle, My Life in Poems

One thought on “TO BE SAFE OR NOT TO BE SAFE? THAT IS THE QUESTION.

  1. Hopefully most grannies and great grannies have had theirs by now. Its nearly 3 weeks since I got mine at The Grandstand at Epsom racecourse. We even saw some horses! I think the requirement will come for travel abroad, some countries are moving that way. best wishes Tessa

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