This is a simple poem on casetaking penned by me, depicting the process and relevance of casetaking in a lighter and humorous way.
Let the new day begin!
The proper wear.
Tucked in tools,
For the doctor care.
Adorning the doctor,
The coat so white.
Light and bright.
Day begins with a smile on face,
One, two, three slowly chase.
Now time moves in a haze,
Ten and more, that just race.
Casetaking has set it’s pace,
Slowly eating the head space.
Similimum we need to reach,
Which is sadly, easier to preach!
The day drags the smile along,
The mind wanders to unknown.
The questions look alive and strong,
Ready to poke the eyes like a thorn.
Listen, Oh bright homoeopath!
Worried about the question length?
Let me tell you in good faith,
For the benefit of man’s health,
Case taking with it’s weird math,
Is one and only the proven path!!!
By Dr J P SALINI