“Is she breathing?” is a humorous anecdote about student-nurses taking vital signs on their teacher who had a prank ready for them.
“A real friends is one who walks in when the rest of the world walk out of you!”
Pressure rising; a wake-up call and my three angels is about controlling rising blood pressure and the danger of stroke and heart attack.
Bed-sores: what is right is not always popular tells about a duty to prevent bed-sores or pressure-ulcers for bedridden clients.
A smile to open a hurting heart tells about the effects of a smile and an unsmiling surgeon who heals many babies born with ailing hearts.
Cancer And The Doctor’s ‘Crystal Ball’ How many years have I left? At my stage of cancer, and according to statistical studies, the doctor said that I had about two years left! Mr. Despondent cried. I cannot afford to be admitted. Each day without work, would mean no food for my family! Mr. Suicidal mulled.Continue reading “Cancer And The Doctor’s ‘Crystal Ball’”
tells about a matriarch as the family comfort, glue and financial backbone.
This poem ‘Ironically, in this vastness of land’ tells about immigrants who perished on seas in search of better-land, ironically, in this vastness of land, on mother earth.
Good is fair: He gives some, He takes some. It tells about a mother rationalising about running an orphanage home.
How these differently-abled children bake hot-dog buns tells about baking as a therapy and a potential career for some.