Work is The Soul of Progress – Beautiful Poems
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Source: Life Poems from Family Friend Poems
1. A Piece And Six Please
up down and thru.
the little boat ploughs thru the blue,
and you know not the work they do,
the fishermen of England.
the water splashed the water roared
as the nets are hauled aboard,
the crew then stood with open eyes
as the boat drifts with the tide.
then homeward bound with fish pounds full,
as they scrub the deck from stem to stern,
and who knows what poor wage they’ll earn,
the fishermen of England
2. Dead Weight
I’ve tried so very hard
But now I must say
I don’t accomplish too much
At the end of the day
I’m supposed to be good
But I guess that’s not true
I don’t do things that I should
I just leave them for you
It’s easy money for me
But when troubles amass
It’s up the management tree
To kiss me some ass
My job is secure
But I’m surrounded by hate
I’m sure to endure
Because I’m dead weight
3. Only A Cna?
Who are you to refer to us,
As “Only” a CNA?
We’re the one’s who wash and dress,
Our patients for the day.
We’re the one’s who take the time,
To listen to them speak.
We listen about their lifetime,
In a forty hour week.
We also give our hands to hold,
When someone’s feeling scared.
It’s not easy being a patient,
You’re never quite prepared.
We take the time to listen,
By lending both our ears.
We listen to their worries,
Or how they’ve spent their years.
Our arms were made to reach,
And even wrap around.
To give our patients hugs,
When their feeling a little down.
We help our patients do the things,
They used to do on their own.
Everybody needs some help,
Even when we’re grown.
So who are you to refer to us,
As “only” a CNA?
We do our best to meet their needs,
Within our working day.
We chose to do this job,
The job did not choose us.
We sympathize and empathize,
Compassion is a must.
We try to keep them comfortable,
And free of any fear.
We sit along beside them,
When that time is near.
We hold their hand, stroke their hair,
Just making sure they know.
Their not alone, an aide is there,
It’s ok for them to go.
To all the CNA’s keep your head held high,
We’re not “only” CNA’s.
WE’RE ANGEL’S IN DISGUISE!!