She breathes oxygen Exhales galaxies And recycles the stars.
So much power Bestowed upon her By her grandest-mother.
Carefully handcrafted By simple acronyms The RNA of the world.
Handpicked strands of DNA Backboned by the beginning Shared by everything known and unknown.
She and sugar are alike Not that they’re both sweet But in the way they came from the same place.
Only difference is that sugar branched off It’s path destined to be separate As the photosynthetic organism it was.
Sunlight absorbed by leafy greens Translated to glucose A sugar of all means.