Chester Military Hospital

by | Jun 5, 2009 | Poetry | 0 comments

In a quaint little town known as Chester,
Is a hospital well known to fame,
For curing bad bouts of scivitis,
And killing the sick and the lame.

The hospitals run by the medics
With the help I’m glad to recall,
Of a gallant young crew known as QARANC
Real lively girls one and all.

Some nurses are really quite clever
Performing some wonderful feats,
While sister runs round with a pencil
Counting pillows and blankets and sheets.


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