April 7, 2017
Each week we examine a theme from a variety of points of view. The theme for this week is professions.
Today’s poem is a number poem for a hand surgeon who enjoys the gift of her unusual ability.
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Forty-one does well what few can do –
Operate on mangled wrists and hands,
Restoring them to functionality.
That such a gift is rare she understands,
Yet home and office sometimes block her view.
Often, though, amid the day’s demands,
Not really thinking what she knows is true,
Engrossed in work, she’s pleased as she can be.
© by Nicholas Gordon
Hear or watch me recite this poem and listen to the music I chose for it at http://www.poemsforfree.com/41e.html. For more poems about professions, go to http://www.poemsforfree.com/professionspoems.html .
This week’s theme: Professions
April 5: TiffanyApril 7: Forty-One