Nursie Caroline

Nursie Caroline

 

In hospital, been thinking

(As well as knitting bones)

Nurses are a wondrous lot

They're here for me, on loan

 

I really do applaud them

It's not a daily grind

It is more like a calling

They never seem to mind

 

I've still to yet get over

All that they do do

"Please help me nurse I need to

Go now, to the loo"

 

This doesn't even bother them

They've seen a lot of bod

Then why should I then worry so ?

There's nothing 'bout me odd

 

I'm sorry I can't show you

A pic of Caroline

My favourite nurse who helps me

To loo most every time

 

Don Matthews. 18 May. 2019

◄ Orangutan

Nurse Caroline on Patient Don ►

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Don Matthews

Sun 19th May 2019 00:50

Hello folks, it's Caroline here
Don's my favourite boy
I hang out by his door in wait
Waiting for his "hoy?"

I'm in the door quick as a flash
"I'm at your service Don"
Please soothe my aching back Car
(No, this ain't a con)

They say Don's now on two legs
Can self him, shower and loo
It seems he still needs 'ttention
From me, to soothe and woo

I will be sad to see him go
An empty bed instead of
I guess they all get well in end
And then they all must head off

Dorothy, I hope I've
Told the nursie goal
Jonny next door's calling
Gotta fly, do role. 😎


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M.C. Newberry

Sat 18th May 2019 16:17

It's hard to remain deadpan
When in dire need of a bedpan...
There's always a time
For amusing rhyme -
And writing about when you care to pee
Can also be good therapy! 😊
I understand where this is coming from. I'd much rather have this sort
of care from a detached professional than from someone close.

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Dorothy Webb

Sat 18th May 2019 15:13

Don
You have not lost your touch or your humour - if you can persuade her, we would like to hear Caroline's side of the story.

Dorothy

Jane Briganti

Sat 18th May 2019 14:17

You are TOO funny Don! Reading your poem was a wonderful way to start my Saturday morning....I thank you! 😊😊😊 Great rhyming as always!

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