Gibingly you ask about microbes.
MdAsadullah
MdAsadullah
Dec 5, 2014

You want to judge the book;
Or you are curious and keen.
Gibingly you ask about microbes.
With Naked eyes unseen.

Fourteen hundred is the age.
Yet you can scratch your head.
I know it is not going to help.
Because you're alive yet dead.

You think you're very literate.
Yes it speaks about microbes. *
But are you literate enough?
Then there were no microscopes.

They discover and boastfully talk.
As if they've created, never they stop.
Compare themselves with God.
But their origins are in dirty drop.

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Glory be to Him Who created all the pairs: from what the earth
produces and from themselves and FROM THINGS UNKNOWN TO THEM. (Qur'an,36: 36)

… And He creates OTHER THINGS YOU DO NOT KNOW (Qur'an,16: 8)

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The above verses indicate the existence of life forms unknown to people at the time of the revelation of the Qur'an. Indeed, with the discovery of the microscope, new living things too small to be seen with the naked eye have also been discovered by man. People have therefore begun to learn about the existence of these life forms, indicated in the Qur'an. Other verses which point to the existence of micro-organisms, which are invisible to the naked eye and generally consist of a single cell, read:
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… He is the Knower of the Unseen, Whom not even the weight of the smallest particle eludes, either in the heavens or in the earth; nor is there anything smaller or larger than that which is not in a Clear Book. (Qur'an,34: 3)

Not even the smallest speck eludes your Lord, either on earth or in heaven. Nor is there anything smaller than that, or larger, which is not in a Clear Book. (Qur'an,10: 61)

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There are 20 times more members of this secret world, which is spread all over the planet, micro-organisms in other words, than there are animals on Earth. These micro-organisms, invisible to the naked eye, comprise bacteria, viruses, fungi, algae and Acarina (mites and ticks) . They also constitute an important element in the balance of life on Earth. For example, the nitrogen cycle, one of the fundamental components of the formation of life on Earth, is made possible by bacteria. Root fungi are the most important element in plants being able to take up minerals from the soil. The bacteria on our tongues prevent us being poisoned by food containing nitrates, such as salad stuffs and meat. At the same time, certain bacteria and algae possess the ability to make photosynthesis, the fundamental element in life on Earth, and share that task with plants. Some members of the Acarina family decompose organic substances and turn them into foodstuffs suitable for plants. As we have seen, these tiny life forms, about which we have only learned with modern technological equipment, are essential to human life.

Fourteen centuries ago, the Qur'an indicated the existence of living things beyond those which can be seen with the naked eye. This is another spectacular miracle contained within the verses of the
Qur'an.
#quran   #microbes  
Yet microbes can degrade toxicity,
The Masked Pimpernel

Just as our meals are links within a chain,
So do some strings of carbon form a gum;
Each molecule selected for its gain,
A sequence that repeats ‘til kingdom come.
But as they make their way to polymer,
With inorganic compounds blended in,
Each additive becomes a misnomer,
As species disappear into the bin.
Yet microbes can degrade toxicity,
And thermoplastics melted and reused;
It seems there is indeed complicity,
And mould by mould, oft finds itself abused:
     Thus microplastics sink beneath the waves
     As cycles find a new way to behave.

Inspired by recent studies indicating that plastic is actually disappearing from the world’s oceans:
Spoken Word: https://youtu.be/m7S5VyTC3zY
nivek
Dec 2, 2014

when insects are seen as enemies and nothing more
effort to save Man kinds poor affected Animals
will be in vein

eons ago, tiny microbes, evolving we were still,
K Balachandran

1.
On a nameless planet, in ferment we first met,
eons ago, tiny microbes, evolving we were still,
yet love a flickering light, bound us together.
As two galaxies were merging fiercely then,
to turn us and our nameless pang,to worthless dust
there wasn't any time left for a future together.
In a microbial kiss pathos ruled,we melted as one,
promised to remember this tryst, imprinted so deep
wherever in cosmos we would meet in future
in whatever form we may be at that juncture.
                                        2.
This morning at the Metro that pang did revisit,
seeing you gazing at me in goosebumps I stood,
two galaxies within, I sensed were closing to to merge,
coming to my senses again I find  you've vanished
a microbe, you are in the air that every minute I breathe.

We will conquer time, go beyond, love has power infinite,
the encounters in flashes would intimate our impending union.

Microbes multiply
Ben Jones
Ben Jones
Jul 17, 2013

Microbes multiply
By dividing, ironic
Really isn't it?

Rivelino
Rivelino
May 3, 2014

a microbe,
a stab,
in many years,
in a few minutes,
sometimes
always

#death  
of microbes
Cecelia Francis

What jealous
freshness

wants is
the tickle

of microbes
from meatstink

 
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