I Am a Cell

January 19, 2011
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I Am a Cell
I am one in a million, yet without me, the number shifts to 999,999.
My fellow cells group with me, like a school of life.
My creation requires a mother and father cell, and my brain, my nucleus, is constantly at work.
My jell-o like frame shapes to my attitude.


Life depends on me, yet I depend on Life.
I Am a Cell





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