It is Your Work in Life That is The Ultimate Seduction – Inspirational Poems

Some look at work as a burden they must shoulder and indeed it is a heavy yoke to bear. To a lucky few, work is a place to express their creative spirit.

I hope the following short and beautiful collection of work poems by famous people will help you in times of your need to realize how perfect you already are.

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Source: Family Friend Poems

1. Work/Life.

Day after day same monotonous routines
Work and more work is that all it means
From this moment onwards until I’m old,
Be walking to work, rain, snow and cold
Depressed and lifeless beyond belief
I’ll be frail and old before I find relief
Tired and bleary and eyes like lead
Thinking, can it be any worse if I was dead
Where there are no more worries or heartache
But I have to struggle with life, for family’s sake
So similar are the days, they all seem hazy
Another 50 odd years left, I can see myself going crazy
To sleep for an eternity. And wake up refreshed
Ready to take on the years that are left
That dream I’ll have to wait for, for when I’m in my grave
Knowing my luck, it’ll be my old dull life that I’ll crave
But where there is a will … I’ll find a way
I will battle up life’s hill. Day after day
Like many who have come and gone before me,
I will survive and succeed, just wait… you’ll see

2. Nurses

We do what we do because it gives us a sense of warmth and joy to see those that we worked hard to take care of, get better and go home.
Sometimes things don’t always work out the way we hope, but we still do our best no matter what.
Even though the hours are long and hard.
There are even times when we don’t want to do it.
People may think that it’s just a job, but it’s not, it is truly a calling from God.
At one point or another we have all heard, “Wow, you must really make a lot of money!” or ” You really bring in the big bucks.”
When in all reality, it’s not about money at all, because sometimes you really only make enough to just get by.
When you do this job you need to have real compassion and truly care for people from your heart; because when they come to us they are sick and scared and deserve our best efforts no matter who they are. We smile from accomplishment when they can walk out and go home on their own two feet.
It’s not the fame or recognition that makes us do it. It’s the love for life and compassion for all that allows us to do it.


3. Only A Cna?

Who are you to refer to us,
As “Only” a CNA?

We’re the one’s who wash and dress,
Our patients for the day.

We’re the one’s who take the time,
To listen to them speak.

We listen about their lifetime,
In a forty hour week.

We also give our hands to hold,
When someone’s feeling scared.

It’s not easy being a patient,
You’re never quite prepared.

We take the time to listen,
By lending both our ears.

We listen to their worries,
Or how they’ve spent their years.

Our arms were made to reach,
And even wrap around.

To give our patients hugs,
When their feeling a little down.

We help our patients do the things,
They used to do on their own.

Everybody needs some help,
Even when we’re grown.

So who are you to refer to us,
As “only” a CNA?

We do our best to meet their needs,
Within our working day.

We chose to do this job,
The job did not choose us.

We sympathize and empathize,
Compassion is a must.

We try to keep them comfortable,
And free of any fear.

We sit along beside them,
When that time is near.

We hold their hand, stroke their hair,
Just making sure they know.

Their not alone, an aide is there,
It’s ok for them to go.

To all the CNA’s keep your head held high,

We’re not “only” CNA’s.


Source: Family Friend Poems