The Nanny - Poem by Judith Kempis
Nanny is a simple word to say
But has different roles to play
Difficult field job for the information to many
No one compares to all nanny.
Nanny acts as second mother
And fill the missing love and mother's care
In which a child needs but they are not there
Only a nanny that is always prepare.
Nanny here, there and everywhere
Where ever the child goes, she is beside her
To support and protect from harm and danger
Willing to sacrifice her life to save her.
Nanny who sings and danse for a child
Nanny who teach and discipline if she is wild
Nanny who is sleepless and always tired
Nanny always, nanny, , nanny, the cry of a child.
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