When I look up at the moon And I think of what you see, I know that it’s the same moon And hope you are thinking about me. Somewhere far across the mountains Or across the rolling tides Maybe through a forest Or abruptly in a line. I don’t know what you look like, Or… Read More One Sun. One Moon.
My eyes. Optic, Oculomotor, Trochlear, and Abducens Nuclei. Moving in all directions. Watching you glide from one task to another. Dilating to allow light in to see things more clearly. They see you for you. My mouth. Tongue elevating to articulate words of gratitude and passion. Muscles of facial expression, activated to emote the pain, fear, and… Read More The human body
Tick, tock. The sound of the clock. Lub, dub. The sound of my heart beat. In, out. The flow of my breath. Sun, moon. The change of time. Air, water. Elements we need in order to live. On, off. Switching the circuit to power our day-to-day. Left, right. The path I must choose. Up, down.… Read More Tick, tock.
(Still working on my Summer Part 2 entry, which won’t be published until after Lent, since I need to grab photos from my Facebook page, which I can’t access because I gave up FB, Snapchat, and Instagram for Lent.) Sometimes I feel that as a medical student, we are too engrossed in our medical books… Read More Humanity in Medicine