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The 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic
In nineteen eighteen there was an outbreak of flu Caused little concern, only affected a few But it returned with a vengeance later that year And the world over it caused widespread fear. First reported in Spain, and around the world spread When it was over, fifty million people were dead Hospitals were stretched and they struggled to cope For both young and old, there wasn't much hope. It affected the lungs and caused skin to turn blue Only comfort was given it was all they could do In effect it caused people to suffocate And continued to spread at an alarming rate. People advised to avoid crowds and to wear masks They struggled to perform even basic daily tasks Remote areas in the world were affected too By this airborne killer virus, the great Spanish flu. Effort's were made to slow down this disease But slowly and surely it brought the world to its knees Shops opening times were staggered all over the lands People strongly advised not to shake hands. Undertakers were struggling to cope with demands Families' buried loved ones with their own hands Healthy men and women and children too Were all falling victim to the great Spanish flu. Because of World War One, doctors were few And those that were available, many fell sick too Temporary hospital's set up in schools or church hall With many brave volunteers answering the call. They closed many schools, services were hit too With workers struck down by this merciless flu Late nineteen nineteen the virus reached its peak Immunity grew stronger but it still struck the weak. Sadly mankind had suffered and paid a great cost To the great Spanish flu with millions of lives lost The pandemic was now over, survivors started to thrive But were mournful of the millions who did not survive. Written 4th April 2018. ( Dedicated to the fifty million people who died in the Spanish flu pandemic in the years 1918 to 1919. )
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