Twisted Cell, your presence my weakness
Your absence my strength
The need for you, the fullness of my being
Yet without you, I live wholesomely
I own one of you, yet your twin eludes me
Upon me you are foisted, streamed from a cord so strong
Far into the waters of my being
Craved cell, did you not want me?
Surely you knew my need of you, desperate
Is it too late to wish?
You deserter! I require naught of you
But my baby does, for he is plagued by you too
Like me, he could do without you
We cannot be bound forever though
Your twin’s desertion, solely to blame
Oh cell! Such grief you bestow
In your haste to be rid of us, you trample in your wake
Love, dreams, hopes and yearnings
To the betroth who have you in quadruplicates
Did they need you more than I, or my beloved?
Cell A, I concede to your supremacy
Why treat me so?
Cell S, did I ask for you, did he desire your presence?
In opposite directions, you plunge us apart
We rip the ties; else on offspring we rain down your venom
Cell so supreme, you do not deign to replicate yourself on mankind
Fortune on a few, doom on the lot
For you, we align with strangers, partner solely for reason
The one thing I seek more than most
That you impede this bleak kismet and eternal morbidity