HAIKU

Said I to myself
After undue exertion
‘I haiku over’

Said the duty doc
After umpteen urgents seen
‘I haiku on call’


Other less than prosaic pieces:

To read ‘Poor imitations’, click here

To read ‘How the Grinch Stole from County Cricket’, click here

To read ‘How Covid-19 stole the the cricket season’, click here

To read ‘Spare me a doctor’, click here

To read ‘The Old Surfer’, click here

To read ‘If’, click here

To read ‘I knew a Man’, click here

To read ‘Room Enough’, click here

To read ‘Old Hands’, click here

To read ‘Beaten’, click here

To read ‘Resting in Pieces’, click here

To read ‘Crushed’, click here

To read ‘Masked’, click here

To read ‘Patient’, click here

To read ‘Yesterday and Today’, click here

To read ‘Smoke Signals’, click here

To read ‘Someone left a cake out in the rain’, click here

To read ‘At Land’s End’, click here

To read ‘She’s The Patient You Don’t Know You Have’, click here

To read ‘She’s the patient you still don’t know you have’, click here

To read ‘the wrong patient’, click here

To read ‘together in line’ click here

To read ‘Desolation Row’, click here

To read ‘A Lonely Heart’, click here

To read ‘A Silent Tear’, click here

To read ‘Moving Closer’, click here

And a couple of Christmassy rhymes:

To read ‘Twas the week before Christmas 2020’ click here

To read ‘How the Grinch, and Covid, stole General Practices’ Christmas’, click here

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