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349.KILL THE DOCTOR AND HIS NURSE
(A True Story Series)
I had a prisoner for medical screening
Before transporting him to jail.
He was shackled to a gurney
And was handcuffed to it as well.
A man who was high on PCP
Came rushing into the E.R. screaming
“I’m killing this doctor and his nurse, ”
The 45 trigger started squeezing.
The E.R. itself was crowded
Patients shouting as they saw the gun.
No escape for those still standing,
No room for a soul to run.
I flew over one metal gurney,
Put an arm bar lock around his neck.
I ruined my back for the rest of my life
When the two of us hit the deck.
Now in prison for the rest of his life,
But someone else was sentenced too.
My injuries led to light duty,
Later heart attacks were a few.
I was forced into retirement,
And the adrenaline I once knew,
Was one hundred percent stolen.
Now I document these truths for you! read more »
350.On My Golden Years
And why wouldn't I be the hermit of the neighborhood?
I would have, by then, seen infinitely more than I should
Of a cruelty that might just have it out for me. read more »
351.Advice for a Lost Poet
There's a poem in here.
Stuck under the seat of your grand power-phobia,
where you fall under your own sword with mediocre aspirations,
the pizza parlor poet-poseur, the all-hesitant romantic, read more »
When the going is smooth,
When success is the standard
When compliments flow from all angles
And the group is swimming in brilliance read more »
353.A Private Matter.
This may be a Prıvate matter:
But no Generals died today.
Many of their aides, read more »
On the way to flyball we passed an incomplete building, the attached poster advertised a forthcoming retirement home, opposite a graveyard.
2. read more »
Life is an ocean of sorrow
Happiness, something you can’t borrow
As a child I couldn’t wait to become an adult
Years passed and I did, as a result read more »
We are laborer,
Absolutely Pure laborer!
Then why, suffering, complaining,
On own stresses, about unnecessary sweats and toiling! read more »
Is anyone there?
This place is bizarrely familiar
I think I have been here before read more »
LIFE oh LIFE
Wishing men would be able to unfold the miseries in YOU
Before their time passed-by
But yet, they complained 'There is no time', 'Life is not FAIR' read more »
359.I See An Open Doorway
When you ask me 'what line of work are you in now',
and i reply that i don't actually receive a wage,
I wish i could explain but i don't know how,
but I know I'm too young for retirement at my age. read more »
In effect, the same as
of your dog a year later
for having pooped on read more »
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