"Write a sonnet in old English in the style of William Shakespeare about the first person experience of physician burnout"
Here is what it put out in less than a minute.
BTW, this is best read out loud. Go ahead and give it a shot.
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In days of yore, when learned men did strive,
To heal the sick and keep frail souls alive,
A doctor's heart, with steadfast will did quell
The mortal ills that in the flesh did dwell.
Yet, as the sun doth sink 'neath heaven's brow,
A hollow weariness, it plagues me now;
A burnout deep, that sears my very core,
As I, the healer, sick, can heal no more.
With every step, a thousand weights I bear,
Of life and death, I toil, yet few do care;
In endless nights, my spirit withers fast,
The hope that once did gleam, now shadows cast.
O, weary heart, take solace in the night,
And find the strength to rise with morning's light.
Here is my PROMPT #2
"Give me 5 examples of Haiku on the first hand experience of physician burnout"
In one more minute, we had this:
Endless work demands,
A heavy burden to bear,
My soul grows weary.
Day after day spent,
Healing others, forgetting,
My own wounds fester.
A shell of myself,
Worn thin by this constant grind,
Where has joy gone?
Once a noble quest,
To heal and make whole again,
Now just emptiness.
Burnout leaves a scar,
A wound that won't easily heal,
I seek renewal.
Our "conversation" continued thusly ...
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That is lovely poetry.
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