A Patient More Difficult

It’s only a fourthnight that I was off work Resuming with zest to join the teamwork So was I fortunate to see this madness As we gave especial care despite her bitchiness!   In pool of liquor draining like an unlocked tap Unborn craniate in danger of external trap No feet dragging, medics gathered their […]

Another Chance To Live

Another chance to live‚Äč A young girl scourged by pain for years Not wealthy but got a rich-man’s malady A firm swelling housed in her belly But her helpless estate found God’s favor.   She pulled topnotch surgeons and nurses Without a penny favour was gotten For her name, Mary, found mercy at Jesus feet […]

Doctor, Do Something!

In my call room A bang hits my door It was a call to salvage lives: Restless road accident victims; Confused patients with multiple wounds. Painfully in shock, unaware of my presence – Distracted by the pain in her lower abdomen. The huhaha of “my baby” filled her wounded lips! Shouting behind was a fearful […]

Medical Poetry: A Doctor’s Honour

In my job corner All sick is not sicker Bad spirited souls ‘re weaker For mankind’s malady is trickier Good words heal a sore heart As stitches bind a skin cut Attention births comfort For health has its gut Stethoscope plus a bit humour Revive a sick heart with flavour Care without empathy has no […]