Hurry 'Nurse', Before The Doctor - Poem by James McLain
Hurry put the flap back over my head
now, more and more.
I don't like talking about that, I thought
you did, can we stop.
I know you change my mind, I have so much
trouble today, trying to remember who I am.
The flashes are much worse, I had
forgotten that, I was just old.
When the doctor comes in, will you put
my arm back in my drawers, it moves
without me, yes, it is embarrassing and more.
Sorry between all the medicine and shock therapy
my tounge has grown much, much thicker.
Nurse who are all those people? ...
...is that jack in the box?
I am not Jewish! who is that fire for?
Do they sell new parts now for the Chinese..?
Nurse..hide me in the oven..with that nice Hebrew lady..
We, for once, will share what is left inside, the lid...
nurse....undo the flap.....there should be tea for two.
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