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Nurses have a heart of gold . . . They are in a thankless profession and deserve a note of encouragement I know - I am a nurse.
Dedicated to all nurses everywhere, but especially those on Seton one at
Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton, Ohio.
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The Heart Of A Nurse
|by Pauline Hamblin
Nurses are compassionate and caring,
With love in their hearts for all.
Forever extending a heart of mercy,
Always there when there is call.
Endless hours they stand on their feet,
Wondering did I do my best
To help this patient get through this illness,
Ease their pain so they can rest.
In their hearts you hear God's whisper
Through a nurse he sends his love.
Ever sensitive, kind and caring,
Souls as pure as a snow white dove.
Angel yes, she tends to be,
For her presence comforts me.
Concern for the sick shows on her face,
Her gentle touch, my fears erase.
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