Archive for the ‘Poetry’ Category

Optoblog Poetry #006

David Langford on December 12th, 2017 under Optoblog, Poetry •  No Comments

Opt School or a house? Electricians make more cash. Too late to drive truck? As a mid-career optometrist still 20 years from any kind of retirement, I often wonder if I made the right decision. I’ve had to do some electrical work on my 1960 house (because that’s the kind of house an optometrist can […]

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Optoblog Poetry #005

David Langford on May 18th, 2011 under Optoblog, Poetry •  No Comments

I shine light in eyes, as a watchman for disease. Patient might punch me. I get photophobic patients sometimes, so this haiku is for them. If you liked this one, read more Optoblog poetry.

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Optoblog Poetry #004

David Langford on March 30th, 2010 under Poetry •  No Comments

Fly open. Zipper Broken. Eyes elevated. Me Mortified. Seventeen bucks at Division 1 saves the day. True story, BTW.

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Optoblog Haiku #003

David Langford on February 19th, 2010 under Optoblog, Poetry •  1 Comment

slippery and wet needles poke the acute conquered in one hour More Optoblog poetry here.

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Optoblog Haiku #002

David Langford on February 16th, 2010 under Optoblog, Poetry •  1 Comment

with thumb red and burned I curse Risley and Jackson closed eyes see beaches Click here for #001.

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Introducing Optometry Poetry

David Langford on February 15th, 2010 under Optoblog, Poetry •  1 Comment

Optoblog.com revolutionized optometric blogging when it added the cartoon comic feature. Well, I’ve done it again with a new feature: Poetry. This inaugural poetry post features a form of haiku called cirku. Enjoy! Subscribe to the site feed to stay updated!

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