At Diana Isaac we’re all in lockdown
No trips to the beach, and no visits to town
Just stay in your bubble, find something to do,
Like cleaning or gardening, whatever grabs you!
The guards on the gate block our exit, unless
You’re off to the doctor. That’s OK I guess
So walk round the village, no matter which way
And folks can be seen any hour of the day
At Tracey’s suggestion there’s a theme for the day
And folks get dressed up when they go on their way
And while everybody his way round he wends
He meets – at a distance – some old and new friends.
Rymans and Tracey look after us well.,
And lists tell us what they can possibly sell
With bread, milk and biscuits arriving each week
And ”Happy Hour” goodies, just what we would seek.
In many a window sits a teddy Bear
Some big and some small -doesn’t matter, they’re there.
Some blue and some big, as I mentioned before,
Has anyone counted them all? What’s the score?
To keep up our fitness we work with Chelsea
And do what she shows us on her DVD
Thirty-five minutes, and then you are done
Thank goodness we don’t try what’s on TV1!
And so we survive three more weeks in this state
No visits from family, no gifts through the gate!
The lockdown and 2 metre rule has worked well
Cos we’re all of us here still the story to tell