Remember when everything was heavy?
When candy was sweet and a stare could get you hot?
Remember when music could make you cry
Without a glass of wine to soften your heart?
I woke up hungover without drinking,
Aching, soreness, and strangely giddy feelings,
Sensations in my heart not unlike what’s in my chest,
And stomach pains like little smiles teething.
Transformation entails some rearranging,
Hormones pushing, pulling, and changing.
My moods are growing and almost glowing,
And I’ve never felt more like a woman in the making.