A German friend has started a blog about hiking called TAUNUSFROSCH . I have added it to our special page for fellow blogs. Have you had the chance of any of them?
WITH A SCIENCE DEGREE – I love the idea of showing where a science degree can take you!
BACK TO BIOS – Communicating science is hard, this blog makes reading about science a pleasure!
✿ POETRY by Claudia McGill – I like her Haikus, they are often funny!
〠 Ainguraphoto – A very active photoblog focusing on nature
TAUNUSFROSCH – Hiking in good company in Germany’s sweetest region
We are now also on Pinterest 😎
I jump eagerly from the fast lane
Of my thoughts and plans for the future
To the snail race we all cannot escape.
One by one we donate our powers
For the common good of the lab.
Is time lazy or my life stuck in common tasks
You speak soft words
In a language dear to me.
The memories fly in and life makes sense again.
A friend is more than a ear or a shoulder,
It is our hand and eyes,
A family of sounds,
A nest of stranger’s feathers,
a piece of the stubborn beating leathery heart.
Communication if a flux of energy
And a gift
To dispense in drops.
Iridescent and unique they flow
To the valley between us
And merge with yours
On a blend marking unequivocally
You opened the valve
With discretion and assertiveness
and your opinions were released and
Like a laser rainbow crossed the meeting room.
Everybody heard the reality you revealed
And agreed with their faces
Yet nobody picked the comment up
And your reality was dismissed.
Your words tell me successes
And bravery to launch your career
Despite the critics.
But I can read you.
Your hands tell me fear of the future
And confidence threatened by the established opinions.
I will hold your hand for free,
Not sure if you would return the favour.
Does not reflect in your life outside the lab.
Topics of research are specific peculiar issues
Of almost no importance to those who cross your way
Or share your restaurant.
Telling life a tale your work to a fresh new ear
Brightens up your spirit of young scholar
And reactivates your brain from its winter sleep.