Ode to NPLEX 2 (an acrostic poem)


Nalexone or naproxen: one’s an NSAID. After a month, they’re not straight in my head.

Porphyria is different from diphtheria. Now who can remember which diagnostic criteria includes

Left shifts? Or is it left shunts? And what’s that condition where the intestinal villi blunt?

Emergent conditions and therapeutic nutrition leave little room for healer intuition. I wish I was dating an

X-ray technician. With less than

2 weeks to go, we’re left counting the hours. It’s been a while since I’ve had a shower. I wonder if there is a botanical flower that will give me superhuman studying power?


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