Bill Dureen Poems
- What Kind Of World No peace for the man in Afghanistan No ...
- Donny Brook Let me paint you a picture Let me draw you a ...
- To Winter Winter The gray soldier Assaulting us with ...
- Say No I can say no to a salesman Trying to sell what I ...
- Fast Food Girls Fast food girls, they look so cool One thing...
- Dagmar's Nickleodeon Dagmar works in a museum A big, old, ...
- One Celled Entities Some parasites improve our lives While ...
Born where the Saint John River flows into the sea. Lived there for nineteen years, then moved to Ontario. Still living (thankfully) there. What else can I say until I write my memoirs? more »
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One Celled Entities
Some parasites improve our lives
While others do no good
They have their own agendas
As any life form should
Surviving in their tiny world
Unseen and undetected
Apart and unprotected.
So many one celled entities
Existing in our blood
Have been with us for centuries
And still rise from the mud
They're hiding in our private spots
A few in public spaces
Would we feel less uncomfortable
If we could see their faces?