Shall I say that I have climbed Mt. Everest and found a drug to end all drugs?
No, but lies are not a physician's trade. I want to master that which is known unwavering, the anatomy, the physiology, blood, bile.
Then, shall I say I am a leader of leaders, shaping houses with my bare hands, wiping tears away with my smile and tests with my concentration?
No, but the truth should not be twisted. I want to ask the perfect question, contemplate the right dose, the saline line, diamond-tipped needle.
I must say I am but a boy in a world of beasts, just a pair of eyes with a gleam, perhaps fingers that are nimble; I cannot say I am scared of the future.
I am scared of the future.