surgeon

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Orthopedic surgeon fled Vietnam at age fourteen   Old Lady works full-time and rescues children in between   My doctor doesn't know mother died from a complication of this surgery  
I wanna be a surgeon, But the schoolings pretty pricey. I'll be known in every region. Just you wait and see. You'll get sick and come crawling to me. I'll take care of you,
Exausted. Leaning in to rest on my elbows, Let my eyes go black with magnetic lids... Newton. Carter. Poe. Hippocrates... NO. Eyes open. My lids repelled from each other. Awake. Be Awake.
It's a man's world,  They say with a cocked eyebrow and a daring smirk of superiority. I've heard that one before. Faced that fight. It's nothing I'm afraid of.  
I started mending cuts, with bandages and peroxide. Now I am trained to save lives, watching closely sitting pool side.
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