Doctor be God


Doctor I’m sick
Please get me well
Doctor be nice
Doctor be wise
Doctor don’t sleep
Work all the time
Please fix me up
Never give up
Doctor Excel
And get me well
Always perfect
Do what you must
One room to next
Make no mistakes
Doctor be good
Doctor be God

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6 thoughts on “Doctor be God

    1. Thank you so much! I’m so glad I saw your blog. Beautiful poetry. I too love to write poetry and make songs. I play the piano and some of my poems under “lyrics” are those songs. But I chose a different career path and I wonder if it’s too late to change. Still it is nice to get it out. As for you, I’m glad you are pursuing your passion and I wish you al the best 🙂

      1. 🙂 Thank you for the kind words! It means so much! I want to learn to play piano and guitar. That’s very awesome that you are blogging, I believe it’s never too late 🙂 Never give up on dreams 🙂

  1. You nailed it. The expectations doctors carry today are enormous. We are to do everything, remember everything, work endlessly at high speed with no mistakes. Plus we are to smile while we give up our lives and work purely for the love of humanity.

    Divide the actual hours you put in into the dollars you’re paid. You may be surprised. I did this once. It was less than minimum wage.

    When death or disease or paperwork or exhaustion “wins” we are held responsible in a court of law and inside the courtroom of our own hearts during the night.

    These are higher standards than God is held to.

    “There’s still time to change the road you’re on.” Led Zeppelin “Stairway to Heaven” (Never thought I’d be quoting rock ‘n roll poet).
    Alice

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