Weather small talks

From
Hibernating under the heater
Dragging through the dusky days
Wriggling out of winter's wrath
Pulling back from depressing emotions
Crawling out of the sleepy snow
And sobbing into the sleepless froids
To
Stepping into sunny springs
Awaiting the pink blossoms
Drinking beer to live a laugh
Finding reasons to go to the beach
Shedding off the excess fur
Dressing up in hats and gowns
Cheers to longer days and warmer spirits!

Immunity

As young kids to learn about roaches
how they've survived
thousands of years
Much before the humans evaded
those days when the dinosaurs thrived
they lived,
in their tiny little bodies with hard rock armors
The ultimate survivors of long lasting famines
when food was scarce, they ate their own
cannibals such
Those pesticides and medicines
they swallowed them all
nothing can destroy them
remnants of repellents they are
In need of no homes,
no particular demands
ugly looking creatures, as strong they are
In awe we remained
of the yet scary resistant mortals
mysterious experienced and immune.

As adults to realize
the cockroaches aren't scary no more
they've emerged far more victorious
than science textbooks care to mention
In men lie their horcrux
in their ability to advance
despite worlds falling apart
Shields of ignorance strengthened by recurrence
attention spans too short to notice embellishments
desires so selfish and hearts merciless
the added audacity to take advantage of the weaker rest
Abusing the abstract, defining their own
men of powerful stature lurking in homes
Not found in corners of pipes but
relaxing in their immune chairs.