the Nurse is In

Thursday, April 26, 2007

death cab for cutie, transatlanticism

The Atlantic was born today, and I'll tell you how:
The clouds above opened up and let it out.

I was standing on the surface of a perforated sphere
When the water filled every hole.
And thousands upon thousands made an ocean,
Making islands where no island should go.
Oh no.

Most people were overjoyed; they took to their boats.
I thought it less like a lake and more like a moat.
The rhythm of my footsteps crossing floodlands to your door
Have been silenced forever more.
The distance is quite simply much too far for me to row
It seems farther than ever before
Oh no.

I need you so much closer
I need you so much closer
I need you so much closer
I need you so much closer
I need you so much closer
I need you so much closer
I need you so much closer
I need you so much closer

I need you so much closer
I need you so much closer
I need you so much closer
I need you so much closer

So come on, come on
So come on, come on
So come on, come on
So come on, come on

7 Comments:

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  • At 7:27 AM, Blogger Womankind said…

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  • At 11:13 AM, Blogger Richard said…

    Hello!

    Given the popularity and prevalence of twitter, I put together a list of 50 different nurses on Twitter that you can follow to potentially get some insight on their medical lives. If you wouldn’t mind, could you share my list with your readers?

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  • At 6:41 AM, Blogger AO3XU4 said…

  • At 6:52 AM, Blogger Richard said…

    Hello,

    My name is Richard Hemby and I am administrator of an online education site called www.dnpprograms.org – a great resource for those seeking doctorate programs in nursing. Apart from the main feature of this site, we also maintain a blog site that talks about the interesting and always evolving work of nurses. It aims to promote understanding among registered nurses and the direct community it interacts with. It’s a fun-filled place packed with information about this noble profession.

    Remember that 25 Random Things About Me fad that went viral on Facebook? Well, we have created our own version, sort of. We recently posted an article entitled 25 Things You May Not Know About What Nurses Know. It’s an interesting read that puts nurses in a new light, like having to juggle the roles of being a CEO, customer service manager, crisis coordinator and medical professional all rolled in one. Intrigued? Here is the link to the article:

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    Thanks,

    Richard

     
  • At 5:41 AM, Blogger Richard said…

    Hi Deepshikha,

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    We're definitely open to feedback (new categories for instance). So please shoot me an email or leave us a comment on the blog.



    Thanks!

    Richard

     
  • At 7:48 AM, Blogger DAVID HAAS said…

    Hello,
    I have a question about your blog. Please email me!
    Thanks,
    David

     

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