Scott Stanley Davis

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Mercy's Nurse Poem by Scott Stanley Davis


I had an event that was really bad and I felt really sad, So I got a ride and was so teary eyed to the hospital called Mercy; I met several nurses who all were kind, but one I was assigned. Her name was Laura, who has such a aura that is only seen in the Torah; She cared for my mind that had surely been realigned and maligned and refined. She bought in her machines and notes and things to made me feel like a king; Now I am so much better and she even kitted me a sweater. (smile) Now I am all better and about to be discharged; I just had to write her a letter, to show her how much I appreciate her when I was in such despair, there is simply no one to compare..

Submitted: Saturday, April 20, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 2, 2013

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nurse who took care of me at the Mercy Hospital

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