The Hat That I Wear

By: Marc A. Turner Copyright © 2000

 

 

I work in a place that most would not dare

Many types of hats they ask me to wear

 

Like a Doctor, a Lawyer, a Referee for a few

A Mechanic, a Bouncer, a Psychologist too

 

From a baby not breathing, to a bat in the house

To counseling those who fight with their spouse

 

Iím called on to help with a car that wonít run

And to find the bad guy,  a man with a gun

 

All types of diplomas, all kinds of degrees

Are needed by others who do jobs like these

 

There are no fancy papers in frames on my wall

But Iím always there when you need me and call

 

Ready to answer any call that might come

All types of hats though I wear just but one

 

For the hat that I wear is not fancy or bold

It is simple, dark blue, with a shield of gold...

 

 

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04/29/02