Ghargozolou Van Ginnekin Has expertise in tissue cells, And sports among the cilia With easy diligence. He knows as well as Bouligard Or Blau The ways of mitochondria. He rings his bell in Innsbruck only once To warn his white-clothed erudites To watch For elegant mutations. To see the thing within the thing Is all of his concern, My uncle, G. Van Ginnekin. But I let happy cells breathe easily Without inspection; Much prefer my silver pond, Ringed round with trumpet swans To all things else in Austria.
-Blanford Parker, 1978