like a bruise on a pear
It’s broken –this chair
But You always sat next to me
Cells, ribosomes, mitochondria
she always has insomnia
In her mitosis to replicate the roses
she floats in a cytoplasmic dress
Biology–the study of Life
living in a double wide petri dish
singing strife of the Wife
gone hitchhiking in a ditch.
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