Friday, November 30, 2007


DNA Polymerase


DNA polymerase you are my friend,
I never want your work to end,
small but busy,
you never get dizzy,
base pair mutations you actively mend

13 comments:

Jan Robert (Robby) Heiberg said...

My great poet! You're very good with finding words that rhyme Tee.

I think it's soon time that you take a well-worth Christmas break though Tee. From biology to snow!

Chopsticks on Oboe said...

It would be great to soon put the biology behind and the snow in front. :)

Threads Everywhere said...

Tee, is that a picture of the DNA? It looks like an interplanetary kidney bean! I guess it is fun being a DNA polymerase!

Little Christen said...

How exciting! I still can't believe that this is the first poem that you've ever written...and so fast! You should do it more often!! You'll put all of your English major friends to shame. ;)

Kelsey said...

ahhh... how nostalgic. I remember learning that in the music building, third floor. I wish I had a DNA polymerase equivalent to look over all my homework assignments...

Nice poem Martina!

jonas said...

Hurrah for DNA polymerase!

but what about the little uvr family?

joar andré said...

hey! guess what?!? it's supposed to snow today... just to make sure there's enough for you when christmas comes around!!

Chopsticks on Oboe said...

hurrah! I can't wait until Christmas! Only 11 more days...
that is, really only a few more hours if you don't count Sabbath, Sunday, Tuesday (final's day) Thursday (final's day), Monday (final's day), Tuesday (final's day), Wednesday (final's day)...

Paul said...
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joar andré said...

hahaha - lol - i love they way you and robby count time!!!

Kristin said...

What a magnificent poem :)

Kristin said...

Hmm... I sound like an echo.

Caitlin said...

Martina!

This is a revolutionary new way to teach biology, you could write an entire textbook of witty rhymes!

People would remember them! They could even be put to music ;)
Perhaps a chopsticks and oboe duet ;)