Treasure Island

Albrando Lucino


A physician's quest


The young physician toils in attempt to find the right diagnosis
For there is much delight in knowing the patient’s burdens can be healed

The quest to find the cause of illness is sublime and a beauty of the divine

For it is in that sacred trust, that sacred beauty where in which the seeker finds his prize
Dost faith combine in eloquence

The quest is long and arduous and sometimes the right diagnosis cannot be found
Tither not and forsake not

A physician does not give up the quest for it is an eternal quest the path that he treads

He follows footsteps made by those before him and establishes a link for those who will
Come after him

Submitted: Tuesday, October 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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By: Albrando Lorenzo Lucino Jr.

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