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VIRAL! Poetry Dr Li Wenliang, Inventor of the Corona Virus Outbreak Wuhan: I DON'T WANT TO BE A HERO

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Published on Mar 22, 2020

Dr. Li Wenliang was the inventor of the first corona virus outbreak that occurred in Wuhan. He had warned the government and the surrounding community.
But Dr Li Wenliang was even reprimanded by the Public Security Bureau.
he was asked to sign a letter. In the letter, he was accused of "making false comments" which were "very disturbing public order".
The contents of the letter read:

"In earnest, we warn you: If you remain stubborn about your impudence and continue this illegal activity, you will be legally processed.

Do you understand? " at the bottom there is the handwriting of Dr. Li: "Yes, I understand".

Dr Li died in February and left his child and wife who were pregnant

Shortly before he died, he wrote this poem.

I do not want to be a hero.
I still have parents, children,
And the wife who is pregnant,
There are still many of my patients on the ward.

Even though integrity can't change kindness,
Despite being lost,
But I still have to continue,
Who made me choose this country?
How many complaints, waiting for a fight,
Crying like rain looking up to the sky.

I do not want to be a hero.
I still have parents
And my children,
And my pregnant wife who will give birth,
And many of my patients are on the ward.

Even though my integrity cannot be exchanged for the good of others,
Even though I'm lost and confused
I have to continue.
Who let me choose this country and this family?
How many complaints do I have?

When this battle is over,
I will look to the sky,
With tears like rain. "

I do not want to be a hero.
I'm just a doctor.

I can't see this unknown virus,
Hurting my colleagues
And those innocent people,
They are dying even though they are dead,
But always looking at me with one eye,
With hope continue to live.

"I don't want to be a hero.
But as a doctor,
I can't see this unknown virus
Hurting my colleagues
And so many innocent people.
Even though they are dying,
They always look at me with their eyes,
With the hope of continuing to live

Who would have thought I was dying!
My soul is in the sky,
Looking at the white hospital bed,
The bed is clear on my body,
Still a familiar face on the body.
Where are my mom and dad?
And my dear wife,

The girl I'm fighting for.
Who will realize that I will die?
My soul is in heaven,
See the white bed,
Which lies in my own body,
With the same familiar face.
Where are my parents?
And my dear wife,
The woman who was difficult for me to pursue? "

There is light in the sky!
The end of the light is heaven that people often talk about.
I better not go anywhere.
I better go home to God my hometown.
There is a house I just bought,
Monthly bills to pay back.
How can I give up,
How can I give up!
Parents without boys,
How sad should it be;
for my baby without his father
How to deal with these future victims.
"There is light in the sky!
At the end of the light is heaven that people often talk about.
But I better not go there.
I better go back to my hometown in Wuhan.
I have my new home there,
Which I still have to repay the loan every month.
How can I give up?
How can I give up?
For my parents without their children,
How sad?
For my lover without her husband,
How can he face misfortune in his future? "

I'm clearly dead.
I saw them putting my body down,
Put it in a bag.
Near the bag
There are lots of dead colleagues
Like me
At dawn
The stove's hall is pushed into the fire
I was gone
I saw them taking my body
Put it in a bag
With lies where many colleagues
Gone like me
Pushed into the fire in the heart
At dawn.

Goodbye, people who are hard to love.
Goodbye, Wuhan, my hometown.
Wishing you after the disaster,
Remember someone once,
Try hard to tell the truth as soon as possible.

Wishing you after the disaster,
Learn to be the right person,
No more allowing kindhearted people,
Suffering from endless fear,
And helpless sadness.

Goodbye, dear people.
Goodbye, Wuhan, my hometown.
Hopefully, after the disaster,
You will remember someone once

Try to tell you the truth as soon as possible.
Hopefully, after the disaster,
You will learn what it means to be righteous.
There are no more good people
Must suffer endless fear,
And helpless sadness. "

I have completed that beautiful battle,
I have made my way to go,
I held the road when I was guarded. From now on, I have the crown of truth.

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