Saturday, June 21, 2014

“June” by Aya Dudin

Photo by Aya Dudin
This year’s long harsh winter is answered by the sweetest of summers. Mother nature offers a hidden message to us all on this June first of its days:

Be Patient
Harden your heart and let it repair beneath
The frozen casings
In the cold everything is slow
Nothing grows
Giving you time to stitch and clip what has been ripped

The sun is back
Back again
It melts the casings of my heart
Unveiling…a soulful art
I sing, I dance, I clap, I drum
I twist and twirl
And make amends
I let my curls roam free and wide
I let them shy from those with egos and pride
For it is they, to my dismay, that have punctured my poor vulnerable heart.
Aya Dudin is a neuroscientist in the making. When she's not pondering the underlying neurochemistry of human and animal behavior, she enjoys getting lost in nature, poetry and musical theatre. 

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