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A Day In The Pharmacy
by Marylou Jacinto

Monday, June 25, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I wasn't sure which category to put work related experiences under.When I took a poll, my co-workers decided that a-lot of the random comments made at the windows, and the busy days we have around here, will lead to drama!

 

 

A Day in the Pharmacy

 

Fingers pounding efficiently on the keyboard

The sound of documents as they emulate

Phone lines ringing throughout in frenzy

And hurried feet scuffling about seem to integrate

 

Multiple dialogues simultaneously transpire

The trash cans get their routinely care

Instructions are given so explicitly at each window

As the medications get released by robotic hardware

 

The lobby congested with anxiety and impatience

Unfavorable dialogues amusingly overheard

Retaliation conducted with a smile

Mission accomplished; the patient is expertly served

 

Melodious sign out tunes in unison

Metal window panels deliberately secured

Robots in the dark and silence back in start position

Tomorrow approaching unknown and obscured.

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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/25/2012
Reads like the traffic on a Delhi street. Requires a multi-tasking mind or multiple cameras.

Ron



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