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While the physician in this poem dances around the possibility of death, hiding behind medicalized language, the patient names this potential consequence baldly. When the patient asks what the doctor would do in her* shoes, she rejects the nonchalant answer that she receives. She sees through the doctor’s superficial empathy, and realizes that she will be the only one gambling. Rather than accept the conventional medical perspective, which emphasizes the unlikelihood of serious complications, the student witnesses to the fear and helplessness of the patient confronting the possibility of death.
The inner tide I carry with me still Too scarlet for seas. The sound I can’t escape In Rosarito Not in Irvine It is me, but not mine made. 35 36 THE INNER WORLD OF MEDICAL STUDENTS Take up your scalpel And write. This poem reflects on the nature of writing itself, and gives us insight into what we can learn about the relationship between writing and doctoring. ” This beginning is an indication that the poem will be a reflection on “inspiration” as it relates to the integration of the self. The narrator then jumps back through time, to re-encounter and reclaim the moment when she became “awakened” – her 16-year-old self on a school trip to Rosarito Beach in Mexico, where she learns to write.
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