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索納利·科德的詩

他睜開眼睛

所有閃亮和新的

並感到困惑,但很感興趣

當他看到人們的臉龐湧動時

但是只聽到一個讓他放心的聲音。

他被趕出去了

安全舒適的繭

希望……他沒去過

可能會折斷一千根骨頭的力量

從來沒有感覺過,也沒有看到過

通過他的眼睛,他看到他佈置

隨著生活被迅速吸走

當他的生命線,繩索,將他綁在她身上

輕而易舉地被割斷

他塗黑了

但是他聽到了sm啪的聲音

從那裡他被顛倒了

但是慢慢地滑倒了

進入一個深黑洞

慘……沒有聲音

他瞥見了

關於他自己

在鏡子裡……很遠

並在流血的視線中畏縮

他的視線開始搖擺

他聽見有人悶悶不樂的聲音

他經常聽到的聲音

在過去的九個月裡向他致意

他用手勢回來了……每個字

然後他喘不過氣來

看到房間還活著

他的哀號像小耳朵的聲音

但是就像讓眼睛跳動的音樂一樣

慢慢地,他被擦拭,清潔和穿衣

並放在一對這樣的愛心武器中

那使他想入睡

經過漫長的奮鬥,毫不在乎。

我愛你,再次低聲說話

他感到讓他昏迷的愛

什麼時候他會在滿溢的乳房附近休息

並聽到類似於他的心跳。

 

他知道現在就不用擔心了

因為她會帶路

現在他會永遠看到

所有之後的一天

 

嬰兒看到……

夢想家

拉查納·辛格(Rachana Singh)繪畫

A premature infant with respiratory distress. Despite being unwell, the eyes still show hope, an emotion that we all would like to learn from these fresh creations of nature. The walls of the room are covered with what may be pictures, cards, or newly registered memories. The nasal cannula for breathing support, cardiac leads, and the temperature probe all indicate illness, but at the same time, reassure about the availability of intensive care. The relative abundance of scalp hair and the flexed upper extremities suggest that the gestational age could be at least 32 weeks, and this level of maturity adds hope. 

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夢想家

拉查納·辛格(Rachana Singh)繪畫

DREAMZZZ

No matter how sick, infants can respond to good medical care and go on to have a whole life full of possibilities. This is what makes neonatal intensive care so important and rewarding. This painting shows a sleeping infant, who may be large-for-date due to maternal diabetes. The electrocardiogram shows a serious heart rhythm abnormality arising in its lower chambers. However, despite all difficulties, there is hope. Unaware of the ongoing frantic treatment measures, the dreams still show a sea of tranquility with music, colorful balloons and footprints, supporting hands, and many small creatures and a happy unicorn swimming nearby. An ocean current, the pathway to recovery, is hidden somewhere in close vicinity; we just need to recognize it. The graduation cap symbolizes the success that the future may hold.

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