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Here is Newton’s law one
Object with no force upon
If stationery will
Remain perfectly still
If moving will continue on
It’s easy to learn Newton’s Laws
All 3 are famous of course
For the second we say
Acceleration times mass equals force
Here is Newton’s law three
For every action there’ll be
A reaction we say,
In the opposite way,
Which equals the action we see
When you started drivin'
You'd want to go dive in
To the passion pits
And watch all the hits
At the good ol' Do-Drive-In
Dr. James E. Martin
A skateboard he tried to ride.
He didn’t there long abide.
It went airborne,
It did not forewarn,
He landed on his under side!
Tis splendor in the grass these coming summer days
America’s youth can have their privileged adolescent ways
Swimming and playing or simply being laid back
They have little worries without any teacher’s flack
Enrich they youngish self before the inevitable groans of early Mondays
Limerick : Once a pregnant Teen saw a Barrister
Once a pregnant Teen saw a Barrister
Thought she recognised the future Father
So she set him a trap
He rushed into her lap
Now she’s stuck with Twins, says Solicitor.
© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013
i study a pretty at a face
soon there will be no trace
a color here
what a what a disastrous ace
There once was a girl in my class.
One day I tried to make a pass.
My cheek still sting,
My ears still ring,
Yet married to me; Alas!
There once was a boy, named Abdul;
Went to get a job, fresh out of school.
All dressed up like July,
With a bow and a tie;
But left his fly open, what a fool!
"Unique New York," cried the bird
after a maid had called him absurd.
The maid ran away,
while the fish exclaimed,
"And all that jazz over that nerd!"
The day I was liberated and free,
After a hard summer job finally,
I picked up my used, “new car”
I did not park it that far
Suddenly there was a catastrophe
At sixteen, tears came pouring down my face
Through the window I watched in sheer disgrace
A man smashed into my baby
I ran out of work CRAZY
My Honda, short lived, was now a big mess.
By: sabina nicole
contest: my first ride