Friday, February 19, 2016

Baba Endorphin goes to school .....

Again and again , something in our anatomy , that reflects society.

This is a visual , supposed to be of a myosin protein molecule dragging a big ball of endorphins along an active filament into the inner part of the brain's parietal cortex. (video courtesy Youtube)

Endorphins produces feelings of happiness on being sensed by the brain.

You could even possibly set this to music .

Or you could imagine a Mom, treading carefully along a narrow path, leading a playful chubby son to school .

Try ....

Ma Myosin
harried amidst
a multitasking life
beset with a messaging public
creating so much
cortex traffic.

And she gently leads
a playful Baba Endorphin
along the synaptic life path,
holding him firmly,
waving to a
neuron here,
glaring at a glia there ,
step by step.

A short distance away,
the Parietal Kindergaarten awaits
a chance to celebrate
the arrival of Baba,
lighting up the filament path
for Ma Myosin.

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