Surgeon’s Handicap

Budding Doctor Glued to Music

From

Moments

When

I

Fealt

Like

Wondering

in

Fantasies

Wish I had the time

To ponder in rhyme

From doing the routines

In scene full  of screams

Consoling a sobbing ones few

Rebuking others naughty due

Not interrupted by pain in world

No option but to attend crippled

Injecting medicines in body of others

Taking  toxins  from  body to  gutters

Fever, pain, vomiting, diarrhoea, bleeding

Realities  creating  a pleasure  in  treating

Attending births of  new born babies

Associated even with itch of scabies

Alas dear, ‘galaxial’ poet

Hope I could join the duet

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35 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Enjoying your poem from time to time,
    O Surgeon;Your poem is full of rhymes.

  2. 4

    Becky said,

    A poetic doctor! Yay you!

  3. 6

    Jingle said,

    you can if you want to,

    rich context, well plotted piece.
    Thanks for playing…
    Happy Rally.
    😉

  4. 8

    Someone is Special said,

    You rhyme so nice, very much touchy to read and I am enjoying it to the core.. Here is mine, ! Wishes !

    Happy Rally !

    Wish you a very Happy New Year 2011..

    –Someone is Special–

  5. 12

    I love your point of view. Glad to see both side of the brain at work 😉

    Happy Rally!

    http://mysticmarleei.wordpress.com/2010/12/30/nye/

  6. 15

    Lu Ann said,

    I´ve been really there a lot of times!
    I totally get this 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

  7. 17

    Oh no, not the itch of scabies! Great picture of the various aspects of a life in healthcare.

    Happy New Year 2011…

    my rally: http://liv2write2day.wordpress.com/2010/12/30/darkness-is-only-a-degree-of-light/

  8. 19

    Tweety said,

    healthcare described the best…vivid imagery drawn…coming from the family of doctors i know what exactly you mean 🙂

  9. 21

    orange said,

    Wow! never thought medicine could inspire poetry and that too in such a great way… good writing:-)

  10. 23

    RJ said,

    Inspired! I never thought of medical and doctor narrative in poetry, but you penned it in a vivid and elegant manner.

    Happy New Year!

  11. 25

    gracefulglider said,

    lovely poem full of rhyme. I enjoyed.
    you welcome at
    http://wanjikumwaurah.wordpress.com/2010/09/21/morning-glory/

  12. 27

    danroberson said,

    You presented your case very well. You reminded me of some of the diseases you have to contend with. But I think you left off one side of the picture. Not only do poets appreciate you, I think your patients would be appreciative of your skills and caring heart.

    • 28

      Every victory over disease, problem solved, life saved and smiles on faces are my rewards.

      I am thankful to my patients for the love, appreciation and honor they shower on doctors in this part of the world.

      Thanks for the drop in and that appreciated it.

      Happy New Year and have a nice day.

  13. 29

    megzone said,

    Happy new year friend!
    thats a nice poem 🙂
    i hope you got your duet 😉

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  16. 34

    fiveloaf said,

    a lyrical healer of our body! mine for this thursday madan- http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/02/14/hunger/


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