I See You - Poem by Mathew Thomas
On the hospital bed,
In the I SEE YOU,
Where no one could see,
We shall see.
In the I SEE YOU
Friends and parents came to see,
But we couldn't see,
Only doctors could see,
I was on a ventilator.
Is he fine in the I SEE YOU,
The doctors said, Can't you see?
The monitor in luminescent green,
And hear the beeps from within,
Have you paid the forty grand?
Can't you see in the I SEE YOU,
Nurses pumping the air balloon,
The blip on the monitor screen,
Already flat in luminescent green,
And asked again, have you paid forty grand?
© Mathew Thomas
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