Laparoscopy.

Segregation. It means to set someone or something apart from others. And this week I learned how we as human beings segregate our emotions. Every week I attend a surgery, I observe it with excitement and awe. It is exhilarating to see a neat surgery done. It doesn't mean that I don't care about the … Continue reading Laparoscopy.

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Nightmare.

The night falls. Thunder striking the sky, heavy rain pelting the brick roof of his lake house. He was shivering even in summer, the night was terrorizing for him. He walked into the kitchen to brew some coffee, he placed himself on the kitchen counter and scrolled through his phone when suddenly, . . . … Continue reading Nightmare.

Drowned

I drowned.   I drowned like I had never before.   Lungs filled up to the brim.   I drowned like I never knew how to swim.   I let go of your hand & just stared.   Loosing myself in your gaze.   I drowned in the ocean of daze.   Unaware of the … Continue reading Drowned

Abandoned

"Shh! Don't cry, I will protect you." She hushed up, little hiccups escaping her quivering lips; it was one of those nights when she saw her father beating her mum into a pulp. Her brother, Elias, holding her in his arms, trying to make her quiet or she would be the one getting punched too. Things … Continue reading Abandoned

Gone….

You broke my heart And claimed my soul Yet you are gone Like wind which never blew I tried holding on When other moved on You kicked me to the edge And watched me free fall Ripped our photos like memories Burned it into ashes like forest trees Yet you claim to be hurt When … Continue reading Gone….

Why?

A thought crossed my mind, If the sun is so bright, Why it still gets masked at night. Why a melody only feels good, And not so much after some time. Why beauty is not constant, And why not everyone beholds it. Why life is not so perfect, And why we try to pretend it … Continue reading Why?

Tenure

Home is where the heart is; they say. I believe it. But as a med student I also know logically that heart is inside a membranous sheath called pericardium, then it is situated between the lungs and enclosed by the ribcage with a muscular layer on top. heart is surrounded and protected; well physically speaking, … Continue reading Tenure

wondering life.

Sometimes I wonder if the rain is more enjoyable than the warmth of sun? If the daylight makes it more easier to forget or the deep slumber of night? If the city lights are soothing or the lantern and stars? If the simple taste of coffee can relax the uproar in my mind? If happiness … Continue reading wondering life.

Life as it is.

Restless, stressed and bitter. I am no longer better. Disdain and listless I roam. My journey hasn't been of a winner. ~ what it feels like when everything is just wrong. So, past few days has been a journey that has taken a toll on my heart and mood. First of all, let me just rant … Continue reading Life as it is.

Med Diary.

Any profession has its pros and cons. But for me medicine is the one and only profession that exist. And in no way I am degrading anyone I am proud of everyone who is making an effort to establish their dream in anyway. For me, medicine has been the only profession I looked up to … Continue reading Med Diary.

endemic.

A disease or condition found regularly in a particular area. Currently in the Asian sub-continent, enteric fever or typhoid is an endemic. Almost everyday 2 cases are reported of enteric fever just from a single hospital. Scary, right? Well, first of all, what is enteric fever? It is a disease caused by a bacteria named salmonella typhi or paratyphi. The symptoms … Continue reading endemic.

med diary.

3 weeks into my gynaecology and obstetrics rotation. I am exhausted, firstly. I am learning, secondly. Exhausted because to be very honest, med school is tiring. It doesn't spare you any moment for yourself, it's always about how to be always energetic and vigilant with what you do. It's a place where a mistake could … Continue reading med diary.

Med Diary.

We take our first breath whilst crying, but our cry brings joy to our mother and the people who observe us taking our first breath. Overwhelming. A single word that clogs my mind when I think about my experience of being present during a delivery. 45 agonizing minutes of pain was something I saw a … Continue reading Med Diary.