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photo of T-shirt saying in science we trust for science-lovers
T-shirt saying in science we trust for science-lovers

The community

Poetry from the lab is getting bigger and I want to send a massive welcome to the new followers! Are you from Twitter or Bloglovin or Medium?

Remember you can also subscribe to the non-regular work-in-progress newsletter here (ɔ◔‿◔)ɔ ♥

The community

Poetry from the lab is getting bigger and I want to send a massive welcome to the new followers! Are you from Twitter or Bloglovin or Medium?

Remember you can also subscribe to the non-regular work-in-progress newsletter here (ɔ◔‿◔)ɔ ♥

The community

Poetry from the lab is getting bigger and I want to send a massive welcome to the new followers! Are you from Twitter or Bloglovin or Medium?

Remember you can also subscribe to the non-regular work-in-progress newsletter here (ɔ◔‿◔)ɔ ♥

The community

Our community is growing, I am very happy! Poetry from the lab gets hundreds of visits each day!
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Nectar

Women are good

To turn bitter lemons into nectar

When the wind blows strong.

When others run,

They adapt.

They are the glue,

Invisible, yet necessary.

They bind and grab,

They soothe and position,

They give purpose

In any brittle world.

The community

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Waiting each day

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
And waiting?

Companionships

Well dressed animals with endangered opinions

Scan the floor and the offices

To locate their natural spot.

Women with confidence

Judge, yet support each other,

Holding invisible hands during each meeting.

Warm like bread

The bed is too big for us,

Who search hands and check on each other.

The apartment is too big for us,

Who eat sitting nearby and from the same plate.

The city is too big for us,

Who share passions and destinations.

The world is too big for us,

Who travel together and fight the two body problem.

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