Just look

Little vesicles bud silently

And deliver the message

Only a few had noticed.

Bubbles of dense content

Are continuously send

With behaviour and gestures.

No words are released.

Office companion

The plastic bottle of water on my desk

got an inner life

and a green shade.

Friendly algae have taken possession

and shout ‘biology’ to me.

The bio life

Care and protection

Give value to the product you trust.

Proteins and sugar, nothing is added.

But everything is bio

And natural in a sense

When made by man.

Surrounded

Chemistry is around me,

my coffe tastes so bitter,

thank you little tannins.

Biology is in my belly,

my bread has many bubbles,

thank you budding yeast.

Protein army

To which protein

I owe my day?

To the social that makes me breath?

To the tiny that shuttle energy?

Or to the millions outside my body?

Many and unique,

Little soldiers with limited life and a focused target,

Proteins give me everyday

That molecular food

I cannot find on my table.

Limitless corner

Reason alone in a corner,
Curled up in thoughts of limitless costs
And added your innovation bloom
Like when you were
A just arrived first-year student.
Thoughts of Time and money
Chain your unique ideas
To a desk at the end of the classroom
Buy few steps
Will take you forward.

Lab day

Another day has passed
Through my clicks and my printings
In the busy lab
Who looks forward.
Lab animals feed on planning the future
And snack on tiny bites of promising mistakes
While the mission proceeds.

Sunset

The sun sets on my labbook
Even today
When streams of numbers and
Tangles of lines
Drew a new panorama
Made of lights and surprise
for my lifelong hypothesis.

Affinity

Stick to me because of nature,
Years passed and we grew together,
Always more compatible.
My little hands recognize you,
Refusing the others
While we give life to a new superior entity.