Sunday, April 21, 2013

Biochemical Engineering (poem for Day 21, NaPoWriMo 2013)

Biochemical Engineering
By Hannah Six

the work  the work
recently emerged, spans
the heart’s fundamental
activity, tools,
hardware, and

a variety of in vitro
and in vivo techniques
       complex methods of deep stimulation
       that disorder the restoration
       of function and design
study singles' activity at
the population's level, to monitor
and treat diseases, activities,
and the organ

the system understands
efficient, dynamic, emotional
decisions and memories
       a close relationship
       between synthetic hearts
common as a new being,
considered in itself

one is, after all, realistic
about computer models
and cardiac muscle


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