Rachel Fogle

Rookie (July 26,1977 / Baltimore, MD)

Thank You

Poem by Rachel Fogle

I think I forgot to tell you,
Thank you for being you.
It never hurts to same those three words,
Even if we forget at the time when the words are due.

Thank you for smiling at me just the other day,
And Thank you to that man who felt like lending a hand.

Thank you to the doctors who continue to work for our cause.
And thank you to the nurses who stand proud and help them remain tall.

Thank you to one all who go to work each day,
For we are the one's who make this world turn each and everyday.

Thank you to the people who do the jobs I can't do.

I try to remember when the time come's to give to a hand when I can,
But sometimes things get the better of me.
And my mind wonder's from you.

We are all we have no one can do it for us.

I just want you all to know I Thank You for sharing life with all of us.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 16, 2004