A/N First, SPOILER ALERT FOR SECOND OPINION! Okay you've been warned. This is just a silly acrostic poem I wrote at 2:30 A.M. It's not supposed to be taken seriously. It's meant to be read fast, blurring the lines and making it sound even more ridiculous. And although I haven't yet read "The Catalyst," I think I was subconsciously inspired by its summary. So thanks to In The Beginning!

Edit: Okay, I think I got all the typos now. Thanks TCGeek, and In The Beginning. :3 And I hope you're not all crushed that Angie isn't in here...like I told ITB, I was limited by the amount of text I was granted considering the alphabet is not infinite. Thanks for all the reviews, guys, and a favorite...! Yeah!!

EDIT 2: Um...yeah...that last review was my brother, but I didn't sign out before he reviewed so...it looks like I reviewed my own story. -.-; I assure you...no. I didn't. Argh, I feel stupid!!


A is for Adam, creepy and wrong, who

Bore in his body a G.U.I.L.T. that was strong. The

Cure for this curse was for

Derek to find; he

Escaped from his callousness,

Freeing his mind to

Gel with his patients,

His cause and the staff--

Indeed, the change was so great you could laugh.

Just look at him prior Linda Reid's

Kyriaki; he's

Lazy and


Not worth more than sake.

Once he'd comforted Linda and soothed her sad soul,

Poor Derek would get on a moderate roll. For

Quite unexpectedly

Robert and Greg

Said, "Derek, are you a square or a round peg?

To put it quite bluntly, if you want you can leave.

Understand if you do this, our hearts you will grieve."

"Victor is waiting, so's Chief, just for me,

Well then," mused Derek, "So long, I'm free!"

X marked the spot for our friend on the map.

"Yonder's Caduceus, on the way I can



And there you have it! Yeah I know it's different from what I usually write, but I thought what the heck. If anyone wants to make more acrostics, go for it. I've got another one simmering, but each one is meant to stand alone so don't worry. Finally, I have nothing at all against sake! I just needed a rhyme.