Sunday, March 19, 2006

Doctor's Visit -- a doctor poem/a checkup poem/a getting shots poem

DOCTOR’S VISIT
by
Gregory K.

Do not! Do not! Do not! Do not!
I’m down on my knees, and I’m begging you please
Do not give me a shot!

I’ll run! I’ll run! I’ll run! I’ll run!
I’ll beg, and I’ll plead. I’ll scream “don’t use that needle!”
I’ll run ‘cause this just isn’t fun.

I’ll shout! I’ll shout! I’ll shout! I’ll shout!
I hate to complain, but I can’t stand the pain.
I’ll shout, and I’ll try to run out.

You lie! You lie! You lie! You lie!
Shots are not like a pinch. No, you must be a Grinch.
You lie, and I’m ready to cry.

I fear! I fear! I fear! I fear!
I... what’s that you say? I’m all done for the day?
Well... I fear that I’ll be back next year.


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3 comments:

Chris Barton said...

Seeing "plead I’ll" rhymed with "needle" just made my day...

Gregory K. said...

Good to be of service. I tell ya, when I read it, it's a perfect rhyme, even with that pesky period in there....

Anonymous said...

I like that one it reminds me of a friends doughted. when she needed to get a shot for work :-)