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Summer Solstice

June 21 was the summer solstice day when the Sun  mounted from the north of the east in our sky. I personally do not know a monument or an event dedicated to the longest day in and around Chandigarh. Perhaps the herons that sing to the rains, there was a grasshopper, an adult one trapping me to the kitchen window. I needed to close another window behind it to block warm air. Its woody body was indicative of hardiness and then to a splash of water, it landed on a sill and then skyrocketed to continue its journey.

folding itself
in the hexagonal origami
the Sun

The Sun was shining brighter each passing day making it intolerable to go outside even with sufficient sunscreen.Will my shadow be reminder of constant strife in evening? I did not went out. Inside I dispatched official emails, recorded new works and read an appreciable part of a book. Sitting down with thoughts, my head started to ache coming out of the energy chakras and before I can invent strategies, I finished another glass of water.

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Consistency where life frames women in different roles and you feel inhabited.

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