A Poem for DNA

Cell with DNA
DNA molecule unwinding from a chromosome inside the nucleus of a cell. Credit: NHGRI

Do Now Adhere

DNA
Matter echoing
Through
Space-time
Twin curling
Flirts
Of sorts
Each and either
Eager to know
Itself

–Jake Christensen
April, 2016

Author: Jake Christensen

Jake Christensen is a Michigan-based writer currently exploring his Mormon heritage through poetry. Also a space enthusiast, he has attended NASA Socials at Glenn Research Center and Goddard Space Flight Center. In addition to past performances in regional and educational theater, Jake periodically appears in Moth StorySLAMs.

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