Jim O'Donnell

Rookie (That old my birth certs is expired / Glasgow)

Jim O'Donnell Poems

1. Fallen Hero 3/1/2009
2. The Job 3/1/2009
3. The Fire 3/1/2009
4. Help A Child 3/1/2009
5. Spring Time 3/1/2009
6. Wings Of Gauze 3/1/2009
7. Bath Time 3/1/2009
8. The Voice 3/1/2009
9. Lone Hero 3/1/2009
10. Stobborn 3/1/2009
11. Theft 3/1/2009
12. Flight 3/1/2009
13. Friend 3/1/2009
14. Wash Day Blues 3/2/2009
15. The Pit 3/2/2009
16. Loves Friend 3/6/2009
17. Darkness Falls 3/1/2009
18. Credit Crisis 3/9/2009
19. The Bells 4/27/2009
20. The Charty 4/27/2009
21. The River 4/27/2009
22. Old Bones 4/27/2009
23. Scottish Memories 4/30/2009
24. Elvaston Castle 4/30/2009
25. Camp Fire Ghost Story 5/3/2009
26. The Park Of Life 6/28/2009
27. Jacko The King Of Pop Rip 6/28/2009
28. Words Of Life 6/28/2009
29. Love Songs 6/28/2009
30. Wimbledon 7/3/2009
31. Blanking People 7/27/2009
32. Two Blue Lights 9/28/2009
33. The Disease 9/28/2009
34. Trust A Friend 9/28/2009
35. Crazy Thoughts 9/28/2009
36. The Pantry 10/2/2009
37. Time On Earth 10/10/2009
38. Hannah Daughter 10/10/2009
39. Winter 10/10/2009
40. The Pain 11/25/2009
Best Poem of Jim O'Donnell

Florence Nightingale

Statues of you are world wide
You fill all nurses with pride
The lady with the lamp that burns so bright
Watching over us throughout the night

You reformed hospitals everywhere
And taught us how to love and care
Strict dress code and hygiene to
This all helped people pull through

Wash our hands and face as well
It not only just kills of smells
Gems living on the skin
Can pass to your infirm

Wash them regular every day
To keep those germs far away
You taught all nurse very well
To help give patents clean bill of health

We follow...

Read the full of Florence Nightingale

My Wife

My wife name is Liz I love her you see
I met her when I was about twenty-three
She just lived round the corner from me
We married in the summer of seventy nine
The wedding went great and the weather was fine

We tried for a family it took a long time
The doctor examined us and said we were fine
It is now the January of eighty-six

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