“If I died tomorrow”, she said to me,
“I would have nothing to grumble about”.
“All the medication I’ve had for free,
would have cost a lot, or I’d be without”.
The difference between NHS here,
and US health system where have to pay,
is that there, many patients disappear,
not treated, or have bad drugs pushed their way.
But, ‘nothing to grumble about, when dead’,
connects ‘nothing’ and ‘dead’, amazingly.
She meant ‘nothing whilst alive’, when this said,
as dead is nothing for eternity.
So, phrase to do with all her health treatments,
connected with me, with significance.