7 0 obj <> endobj This poem is inspired by the sculpture by Michael Jennings which is of Mary Seacole which stands outside St Thomas's hospital looking over the river Thames and towards the House of Parliament. ]��A����׽�ϋsu: This poem is inspired by the sculpture by Michael Jennings which is of Mary Seacole which stands outside St Thomas's hospital looking over the river Thames and towards the House of Parliament. Sourced quotations by the Jamaican Nurse Mary Seacole (1805 — 1881). Below, the sea is clear, a sharply sloping plain. ������w��y�Q�-H#�q��8x"�����Ov���XHb���H,ԑw4�8|���,4=5Y�,�gY�,@֚��i�,=�O�Y;���WP\�&�C�7�P�B��0��������[ Mary Jane Seacole (Kingston, 1805 - Londen, 14 mei 1881) was een Jamaicaanse schrijfster en verpleegkundige tijdens de Krimoorlog. Enjoy the best Mary Seacole quotes and picture quotes! ��� � |�J endstream endobj startxref Mary came up from Jamaica's fair land To giYe the mother country a hand. 41 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<21A25937D33FC140B452E2999E129AB9>]/Index[7 69]/Info 6 0 R/Length 145/Prev 99629/Root 8 0 R/Size 76/Type/XRef/W[1 3 1]>>stream endstream endobj 8 0 obj <>>> endobj 9 0 obj <>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageC]/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/Type/Page>> endobj 10 0 obj <>stream Mary Seacole House, Liverpool 8 Poem by Barney Rooney - Poem Hunter, Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 10, 2019. %PDF-1.6 %���� Biografie Leven in de Caraïben. h�b``P```Z����XTʀ Sene the sick in the battleReld With JoYing care until their wounds were healed. This poem has not been translated into any other language yet. Mary Seacole House, Liverpool 8 poem by Barney Rooney. Coming from a tradition of Jamaican and West African "doctresses", Seacole displayed "compassion, skills and bravery … h޼�]o\Ǒ��ʹ���� �x��I�n��\0֬L@"�^D���}�ψ�Dj�����Ϫ��ު����XoK�K��䲤aK�K���4KK�Kz7��l)a�0�Xlc)q��R4Qni)y���,��W��Ɩ���R�V��e,1i��8zZ�-�Թ�%�nKMK�j�Y߭/U[�Z��%��~M[�c��Y0�3�l][�Lڵ��5`iQlj�hk���e������ONj�e�~��_�x����W;������/֫Z�g�'�����˷K={d��_�|��xx�"V����g�������:��\�b����������?޽9�P־:s}yu�۾�������D�e,H�mź�ͦ�}{����Ӳ������j��/��R��r��xu~���_�h���>�p|y�����W߼�������_޼yu|�ɵ��Yr|�}�g�������/��Z���:���Ձ���ӧo��iOO�x���?�ǫ�v%�8�x���*�2��/? There is no comment submitted by members.. © Poems are the property of their respective owners. The above video may be from a third-party source. These are strange pauses— young tender islands. POEMS Anthem Mary Seacole w. An to ••rwr•• ..... . �����YL���2�m��0mc��t�� �qf.�XFN�ӌNL���l��:��̼�����1�00p�1*s=�d�gTdI�����؜ h�bbd```b``� "�A$c/�"Yf�e��� �4�����`R L��H�`R�&���s��W��8ɾD2����c`�2��]`�H�N�H=�����u ��H2���e_��k���~o&�������8���L� 9� 0 %%EOF Mary Seacole Quotes “I am a Creole, and have good Scotch blood coursing through my veins. Many people have traced to my Scottish blood that energy and activity which are not always found in the Creole race, and which have carried me to so many various scenes: and perhaps they are right.” Page #public #sculpture #artwork #blm #shame #injustice #mary #seacole But she met a woman with a light Mary Seacolewe took your name in honourof the work we set to do. All information has been reproduced here for educational and informational purposes to benefit site visitors, and is provided at no charge... Recite this poem (upload your own video or voice file). #public #sculpture #artwork #blm #shame #injustice #mary #seacole Foremother II: Mary Seacole ..... 74. iii 67. Mary Seacole, Mary Seacole, Mary Seacole, we'll sing your history. She described this as "a mess-table and comfortable quarters for sick and convalescent officers", and provided succour for wounded servicemen on the battlefield, and nursed many of them back to health. Mary Seacolewe took your name in honourof the work we set to doreminded then that youhad in your time broken the rules for whom and wherewe could nurse and careMary Seacolewe took your name to honourlives lived in commonwealth with those of lesser healthwho but for the care of our no more important selfsat alone in roomsMary Seacole, we took your name to honournephews sisters brothersfathers nieces mothersoffered sanctuary spacein hope of healing in a homely placeMary Seacole we took your name to honourour common rootsin our time a Jamaican Scotwould walk with easy feetin Upper Parliament StreetLiverpool 8. We accept no … ��>��r�� ��n�ǸL�Mx$hXeG�e����p�ֵد���L���z���z�����)��[�c�q�s�[���{. A lovely pack of acrostic poem writing frames to support your children when writing about Mary Seacole. Mary Jane Seacole (née Grant; 23 November 1805 – 14 May 1881) was a British-Jamaican nurse, healer and businesswoman who set up the "British Hotel" behind the lines during the Crimean War. 75 0 obj <>stream I find a new poem, a new way of seeing myself.

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