Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)


Transformation In Life Cycles


change undergone
by an animal cell
upon infection
by a cancer-causing
tissue devouring
virile hostile virus

alteration
transformation
of a bacterial cell
caused by transfer
of DNA stimuli
from contact

bacterial cell
especially
a pathogen

a pathogen
infectious agent
populous label
commonly germ
a biological agent
007 licensed

to kill bond
assassination
execution style
causes disease
to outplayed
sentenced host

there are
several
substrates
pathways
whereby
pathogens

can invade
a target
marked host
memorize
‘modi operandi’
their M.O.

consulting doctor
principal pathways
have different
episodic time
code frames soil
contamination

has profile
longest most
persistent
potential for
harboring
a pathogen

examine
method
of operating
functioning
record file
precisely

method
coded
information
reveal habits
traits
practices

of enemy
agent
suspects
to aid in
eventual
apprehension

of these
key suspects
biological agent
biological cell
terminated in
homeland defense


Copyright © Terence George Craddock

Submitted: Monday, February 21, 2011
Edited: Monday, April 18, 2011

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