Friday, July 07, 2006

Human Touch

We all have people in our lives we know through occupation
but seldom do we contemplate their depth of dedication;
the public servant’s steady beat, the farmer’s fruitful wares,
a healer with a gentle soul that comforts as he cares.


Anonymous said...

This is a beautiful tribute to someone who obviously went the extra mile for you. You're right most people rarely think about the time and dedication they give to their professions.

rch said...

Thanks Shirley, my doc just told me he's moving to Maine not too long ago :( This guy really helped me get through some serious health problems, he will be missed.

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