- Producer30/07/2016"Buggez" and "BArticles"/ by Dr Margaret Aranda / Dedicated to Javier Cámara-Rica and Juan Imaz for naming us 'Beez' instead of 'Ladybugs,' Even though, yes, Ladybugs are One of my Most Favorite...
Comments01/08/2016 #20 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#19 Awe. But it is your picturesque Buzzes, the flight of the trees, the awesome @Ali Anani, the speckled maltese....extracting @debasish majumder, exacting @Anees Zaidi, prose-filled Buzzes of poetry! It all works together, spurring us all on to look within like Dorothy and the ruby shoes, to find that we sought what we had all along. It just took some one who cared to point it out, and that's what I see👀 is the best thing about beBee👀. @Franci Eugenia Hoffman, @Juan Imaz.31/07/2016 #17 Dale Masters#12 "The Flight Of The Bumblebee"...that's Shostakovich, isn't it? (NOTE: I just checked...it was originally written by Rimsky-Korsakov, one of my all time favourite composers!/...and transcribed for piano by Rachmaninov.) I'm going to connect to YouTube now, & listen. :D31/07/2016 #15 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#9 OH! @Mamen Delgado, I like that take! A LadyBee! Oh! POP! Why how much you can see! Hmmm. I'll have to ponder that a bit...I like my pink hair bow on my head, and I don't think it matches very well with red 🎀🐞? Perhaps the bow takes up all of my head?31/07/2016 #14 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#8 Well, now you know how @debasish majumder and I feel when you give us such high standards to pay with you as our guide, all kidding aside, we are only what we are because of you. ☝️You pointed out things in us that no one ever did☝️and made us into "mini-Ali Anani's" true reflections of you! We are your reflection can't you see? Because only Great Leaders make Great Leaders beee who they were born to beee. And besides, we love you!31/07/2016 #13 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#6 You know I'm just funnin' and deep in the hive, I don't know how, but the ladybug just whizzed on by. So it's her fault really, as I saw high heels to go, straight all the way to her pointy tip-toes. And she had no nose! She actually Squealed! She realized that she just didn't belong and went away merrily, happily creeping along. So, I thought I'd paint her a silly tune since it was just a hot afternoon. And I felt humorous as I sometimes do, just ask @Randy Keho ~ he knows what happens to my growth whenever I wear my ~🎀pink hair bow🎀~ Appreciate your sense of humor!31/07/2016 #12 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#5 I just love this take, yes! I fully agree that so much beauty abound us that we stand with our arms up and just wonder with glee! And Thanks be to God that we are all here, sometimes serious, curious, delirious, or just fantastically spurious! The Flight of the BumbleBee is my Fav Piano Song! Somehow, biology and science, nature and God, music and love...they just all get along. And that's who we strive to be ~ the best Bees in the HoneyBee Sea!30/07/2016 #5 Donald GrandyA lady indeed, and when we succeed, what a trail we could seed for those in need. Deep in our hearts and deeper still we see the light of the flowers bloom. For soon we rest and cheer "Hey we are the best" Seed on, Seed on, we look up high and say Thank You Lord, We are Blessed.30/07/2016 #2 Ali AnaniNice playing with words @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD. I wonder if you like to be bugged? Ladybugs are marvelous, but they don't produce honey, they don;t build spectacular and fractal honeycombs and bees don't see red color- the color of ladybugs. It is a mix of the seen and unseen. Love your spirit.30/07/2016 #1 Franci Eugenia HoffmanMargaret, my dear
What you say I hear
To be a bug
I would say ugh
But to be a bee
Fills me with glee
Javier and Juan
So smart they are
For social media
They raised the bar
I’m a beBee bee
And forever will be
Cuz, it’s easy to see
I can be me!
Make it a great day @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD @Javier beBee @Juan Imaz @Donna-Luisa Eversley @Ken Boddie
- 27/07/2016Ladybugs are lovely. Europeans fondly name them 'lady beetles' or 'ladybird beetles.' With over 5,000 species in the world, there is much to be told as they are uncurled for us to swirl in their all being a 'girl.' Or are they? Ahh....
Poetically, there are 'two sides' of the 'ladybug' coin. On the one hand, many varieties are beloved by farmers, as the ladybugs consume aphids, the insects that destroy their crops. Laying literally hundreds of eggs at a time inside the aphid's abode, thee larvae are instantaneously hungry when 'hatched.' Whoah! Look out, aphids!
The 'eewie' ladybugs kill crops and the hearts of farmers, whose sweat turns to fret. Enter, the "Mexican bean" beetle, and the "squash" beetle. Poor farmers on their heels? What do they feel?
"Oh, but I don't have crops. I just have my own garden, and I live in the city, where it doesn't affect me." Oh, challenge be told, if I can be cold, as you must know that you are cold.
Go buy them in a box from your local nursery ~ and that would be in the "Refrigerator" Section. Then, watch your garden grow as you 'let them out' in the dusk, leaving you with untold roses to smell as sweet as musk.
And I won't say that I told you so.
Comments30/07/2016 #3 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#2 I am laughing out loud as I read your last thought...and thinking it is winking at me! Certainly I am proud to not be sitting in a crowd at the moment...or "Heaven's to Betsies!" every one would be staring and pointing and glaring and gloating at this poor crazy girl all wrapped up in a dear of BLASTED laughter coming out of her ears! AhahaHAhaHAHA! ~ Oh my stomach hurts! lol!27/07/2016 #2 Ali AnaniYou are incredible dear@Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD. First, I am deeply indebted to your lovely dedication of a hive whose vibrations resonate with me.Second, for igniting my mind of a new idea to contribute soon to this hive. Third, to write with such beauty on a topic that is close to my heart. You know, you made me feel jealous of myself27/07/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDLetting you know that ladybugs represent the whole of science and poetry to behold and unfold. Hive dedicated to @Ali Anani who told me I could to this, and whom I love like no other bee but don't be jealous, as there's plenty of love to go around (in case you have not noticed lol). To those who can add a dimension they didn't know they had: @debasish majumder, @Mamen Delgado, @Franci Eugenia Hoffman and more. Forgive my brain ineptitude and please do not brood, if I have inadvertently appeared archduchy.
- Producer26/07/2016Why I write // Por qué escribo (English & Español)Picture of my actual Moleskine.I write because I need it.I write to look at myself in the mirror of my written words.I write to bring order inside me. And to disorder as well.I write to remember.To find and rummage in my memories.I write because it...
Comments27/07/2016 #40 Mamen Delgado#37 Thanks @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD, from the bottom of my heart... That's the answer of our dearest @Ali Anani to my comment about how easily the children adapt to changes. We are in continuos change and being newborn adults at every second. Happy we connected. 💫27/07/2016 #37 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#30 #28 #29 #23 and all (there's a plethora I cannot do justice here!): I see not just superficial compliments, but a genuine and picturesque nudging of a sweet and new babyBee to poetry...it's poetic in itself. And to @Mamen Delgado View more#30 #28 #29 #23 and all (there's a plethora I cannot do justice here!): I see not just superficial compliments, but a genuine and picturesque nudging of a sweet and new babyBee to poetry...it's poetic in itself. And to @Mamen Delgado, you said, "...and I may add we don't only lose our ability to change, but also the speed of adaptation slows down. We grow older not in age only, but in our rigidity and confusement."
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ali-anani/the-change-and-adaptation-gap ~ be rest assured, my dear friend and love, that this is a new life of 'infinity' for you. Ageless and timeless, and you are changing with the magic of the bezzz. It's like delivering a newborn baby...the buzzz stays with one becuzzzz one wants to hold on to the feeling of life and a future reeling. Close27/07/2016 #27 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDiAwesome, fantasticó, love the musings and the Moleskine! iKeep writing, señorita! I enjoyed, loved, and contemplated each word! Your train of thought is scenery in poetry, serenity and thoughts, too......💜! Awwwe....keep writing! And to answer your question, I write because I think and I need to get it out of my brain!
- Producer25/07/2016The Smiles of Tormented Sorrow/ by Dr Margaret Aranda / Dedicated to Debasish Majumder in response to his poem, Tears, A Wonderful Boon! dedicated to Ali Anani, Ph.D.With gratitude for encouraging latitude profoundly bestowed from Ali Anani, Ph.D. on both of us poets. ...
Comments25/07/2016 #10 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#3 You touch my heart warmly, my poet friend! And yes, thanks to Dr @Ali Anani for spurring both you and I along to explore our 'poetry' side of writing. The true poets may not like my un-rhymes, or actually saying "Every one does it" ~ as @Leckey Harrison liked....they'd rather have me say it without saying it. When I wrote this piece, I realize now that I had our medical students in mind, to impart some semblance of empathy on the process of trauma, the pain, the bodily reactions, and the poetic rhythm of just the raw heartbeat. So I think this should be part of a start for a book of poetry for medical students. To impart. Thank you so! ~ (and oh! we are both in this together! yes! ~ thanks to our beloved Dr Anani! ❤️ 💛 💙 💜!25/07/2016 #9 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#2 Well said for mortals....I was revived after visiting the steps to heaven, so....I felt the immortality. 'I' am not my body. "I" only inhabit it while on earth; I wish to give you a flavor or a scent of this, alas best done in person. Or, I'd be happy to email you my book, No More Tears: A Physician-Turned Patient Inspires Recovery. A Near-Death Experience will do it to ya every time. Bless you, my friend.25/07/2016 #5 Anees ZaidiDear @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD a heart touching poem. It's neither medical nor scientific poem. It's a poem of human sufferings and the remedy is "smile through your devastated tears". Excellent composition. Keep it up and yes you are not a Doctor Poet, you are a Poetic Doctor:))25/07/2016 #3 debasish majumder"Without my opinion, the post is golden itself!" I am privileged and honored for such marvelous dedication! phenomenal in its manner of rendition! Dr. @Ali Anani, Phd. deserves the dedication rightly. he is equally a gem like you, encourage me like insignificant people to write. without the support and appreciation it was not possible for me to deliver any post. my sincere tribute to sir Dr. Ali Anani, Phd. for his inspiration, i am capable to write poems. i am equally indebted to you for your evaluation along with a cordial support, triggers me to write. thank you a lot madam @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD.25/07/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDPerhaps too intense for the average reader, observations of trauma, tragedy and dying from the eyes of a medical professional. Those used to dealing with the harshest realities of death are perhaps best suited. Am thinking of inspiring medical students to not sever their emotions from tragedy, but to have empathy and be prepared for one's own translations. Too many doctors are accused of being harsh and unsympathetic. The medical students, interns, residents, and Fellows in training need to get used to a new aspect of training. Commending Dr. Asani for encouragement here. Thank you, as Debasish enter this arena. What is it, exactly? "Medical Poetry" or "Scientific Poetry" or "Pixel Health Poetry?" @Dr. Allen Brown, @Leckey Harrison, @Randy Keho, @Brian McKenzie, @Max Carter, @debasish majumder, @Anees Zaidi, @Mohammed A. Jawad, @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian, @Franci Eugenia Hoffman, @Ali Anani. (I know it needs work, and I'm just starting out.) Thank you!
- Producer04/07/2016TEARS, A WONDERFUL BOON!Tears, a unique manifestation A process bears an unfathomable expression Birds and Bees, Flowers and Trees All shed tears to ventilate their pent up emotions What an amazing rendition We are bemused with its phenomenal...
Comments13/08/2016 #13 CityVP ManjitHi Debasish, your poetry is a great contribution of your ability to express, it is equally important to acknowledge the art you are utilizing, the picture above is the work of Cyril Rolando, original artwork is featured here http://aquasixio.deviantart.com/art/After-the-rain-418343241 View moreHi Debasish, your poetry is a great contribution of your ability to express, it is equally important to acknowledge the art you are utilizing, the picture above is the work of Cyril Rolando, original artwork is featured here http://aquasixio.deviantart.com/art/After-the-rain-418343241 His Twitter account shows that for 10 years between 2004 and 2014 he went by the pen name of AquaSixio https://twitter.com/RolandoCyril Credits provide readers the opportunity to explore the artist but they also acknowledge the work and give proper attribution to the artist. Close24/07/2016 #5 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDProud of you, @debasish majumder for bringing so much intellectual and poetic joy into our minds. I am also reminded, as an offshoot to the comment by #4, that people "smile" during times of both extreme laughter and pain. Just notice the mouths of pain...they smile from deep within, sending rain into their throats.06/07/2016 #4 Jeet SarkarExcellent poetry Sir @debasish majumder! Tears are the manifestations of hidden emotions as well. It is a very dicey thing. Some time extreme joy produce tears in someone's eye and sometime tears shaded from the eyes where someone in distress. Amazing article sir. Thank you for sharing it!04/07/2016 #1 Ali AnaniWhere the product bears the taste of salinity What an amazing affinity Your salinity turned sweet in my heart dear Debasish. This is a great poem that touched my senses. Your poem is so rich in emotions and facts. Your ability to express facts in a poetic manner is admirable. Your dedication is highly appreciated and I thank you for this grand dedication dear @debasish majumder. I am sharing proudly