TYC Yellow Guards

Tibetan Youth Congress members providing support and assistance to the poor and destitute amidst the deadly disease.

TYC Yellow Guards

When the world locked down
With an alarm of Chinese Virus,
You see them on the ground
leaving their life at risk,

Here and, there the yellow guard
Guarding the gates and Graves
fighting at the Frontline
With white gloves and Yellow suits

Here comes the Yellow Guard
with an unclaimed corpse
and there goes the Yellow Guard
with cremains, if claimed somehow,

Here comes the Yellow Guard
with a truck full of food
and there goes the Yellow Guard
with a street full of smiles

Call them the Yellow Guard
Or the Frontline Warriors
They were the wonder volunteers
securing the safety of all cities

Here comes the Yellow Guard
At any calls at no cost
and there goes the Yellow Guard
with the whole city sanitized,

Here and, there the Yellow Guard
With an oxygen cylinder on their bike
and mask boxes on their back
Only to save the sicked city

Here and, there the Yellow Guard
All in one for All
Waging a war against the Virus
With a weapon of Volunteer badge

By Sonsnow

Note: The Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC) is a worldwide Organisation of Tibetans united in our common struggle for the restoration of complete independence for the whole of Tibet. Tibetan Youth Congress and its regional chapters have been engaging with social services work throughout this global pandemic. The social service activities TYC engages with are setting up quarantine centers, providing medical devices, sanitization drives, cremation, distribution of ratios to the poor and destitute, and providing assistance to the old and sick in this time of great need.

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