Where were you in the lockdown?
Town or country, river or sea?
How many miles sailed by as you pushed the pedals,
growling at cyclists who didn’t know 2 metres?
How many birds sang into your lunch in the home-office garden?
Did you know your blackbird from your Wren?
Did the kids make a den?
Did you howl at the slow to act Westminster elite?
How red was your rage?
How hard did you clap for the under protected NHS?
How fast did your grief flow?
How often did you cry, and cry and cry until the tears ran dry
How long did you queue for your weekly shop?
How many loo rolls did you buy?
How many dogs did you walk?
How often did you talk on the phone to elderly relatives living alone?
Did you camp at home?
How early did you rise?
What surprised you the most?
Did you wash the post?
How many trees did you meet?
How many seeds did you plant?
What did you do in the lockdown?