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Eminency requires us to be cautious
In our daily life activities we should be conscious
The birds swing and maintain their stretched wings while flying
And consciously fold the wings when landed or perching
Frequency of cautious acts
Breeds involuntary performance of such acts
Let us learn to practice frequently the recommended acts
Our fear of COVID-19 has drawn patterns
For the fearless, their reasons are wrong automotive acts
Of their carefree lives led carelessly
Holding onto hope incomparably
But the strength of this hope ends at the doorstep of COVID-19
You cannot hold on to hopes without actions to stop COVID-19
Faith or positive mind set alone cannot stop COVID-19
If it were sanitation, how hygienic or rich one is
The Prince and Prime Minister would not have had this.
Washing your hands regularly with soap under running water,
Covering your mouth with tissue or face mask to serve as filter,
Keeping social distance of over a distance between a mile and two meters,
And avoiding congregational and social centers.
These are not punitive but better ways to avoid swallowing the pill so bitter.
The strength of coronavirus can only be defeated
By been cautious of our acts by our conscious actions on protocols WHO has stipulated.
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