LaVerne Negro

(New Eagle, Pennsylvania)


Poem by LaVerne Negro

It takes so little to make one smile
A hug or a kiss a pat on the back
Makes it all worth while
The costs are free. The rewards are great
To lift ones spirits before its too late
To a shut-in whose activities have come to a sudden end
Life takes on new meaning, when one knows
he has a friend.
So with a smile on your face
Give a knock on the door, a extend your hand
Give a hug and a kiss, make them happy

They're amongst the living once more
The best medicine money can't buy
It works wonders to the afflicted
Who see life passing them by.

Comments about Caring by LaVerne Negro

  • Dog Trainer ............ (10/9/2009 2:40:00 PM)

    this is a great nursing home poem...bravo.10(Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003