By Shaza Khan
UNESCO calls bird language a 'strong indicator of human creativity'* Whistle to me. Tell me what you want me to be, while sitting with you near the Black Sea. Whistle to me, the needs of your hearth. Now, there are just ten thousand of us on Earth. Make the tune perfect. Gently fold your lips. Sharpen the air in your mouth. Whistle to me your kiss. I am an emotional ornithologist. As the birds have left Kuskoy* to tell stories of their immigrancy, Study their flight as a behavioural psychologist. Whistle to me your findings. The mountains are waiting. The foliage is coaxing these humans. Be a bird and fly. See the Earth from above and cry. *Daily News * Kuskoy literally means village of birds, Located in Turkey, the village is famous for its 400-year-old whistled language.
Shaza Khan identifies herself as a hermit who had to become a human and remain one due to continuous and unavoidable natural calamities. She is an educator, yoga instructor, writer in progress, poet and a watercolour miniature artist. Shaza wants to keep writing therapeutic literary fiction.
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