Some crazy doctors drive their car like a plane;
They love to change their cars often in life;
They're used to fly in cars in any lane;
They whiz through air on roads akin a knife.
Some fly in planes like traveling by bus;
The shorter time and luxury seem good;
They love air-hostesses who make a fuss;
They dart through clouds enjoying trips as could.
The risks to life some take are pretty much;
Though travel's safe, you can't predict mishap;
The insurance for life gives Midas' touch;
The changing weather makes machines to flop.
A certain risk, you have to take each day;
A lazy risk-free life is not right way.
Copyright by Dr John Celes 6-2-2015
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem