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by Shanta Everington

Tuesday, April 17, 2007
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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First published in Coffee House Poetry, Issue 6, May 2005


Stripped to your underwear,
embarrassed at your choice;
purple, lacy, flowers.
How inappropriate you are.

The doctor and his student
stare at your back and talk
behind you, about you, at you,
drawing biro down your spine.

Palms pressed tight together,
bent forward, as instructed,
you flop, you sag, you die
blood rushing to your head.

Copyright Shanta Everington 2005

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Reviewed by Paul Berube 4/18/2007

Mom always told us to make sure we had on clean holeless underwear when we left the house. Nothing wrong with purple and lacy. Good One.
Reviewed by jude forese 4/17/2007
being a patient exposes our vulnerabilities ....

well penned ...
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 4/17/2007
HAHA, takes me back to having tests years back, i was left in the cubicle and told not to put my top back on, nurses kept coming then going away, my g/f at the time ran up to them, and told the young nurses to stop staring at my bod...Naaa with my new dr, i keep hoping for groin strain, lol..

This is soooo funny...
Reviewed by Art Sun 4/17/2007
An interesting work...


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