Elegy Science Poems | Elegy Poems About Science
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So much potential, courage and love
Alan Williams, Jr. was truly a gift sent from above
So young yet so wise; he fought to be true
Never giving up when times became blue
He dared to be himself, when everyone rejected him
His cup was never empty; it was always to the brim
That’s how he saw the world, dreams and second chances
No lost causes, just new songs and funny dances
He hadn’t seen his family in quite some time
They didn’t see the angel he was, they never let him shine
But that didn’t make him bitter or mean or lost
He deserved love and he was willing to pay the cost
He loved unconditionally, believing everyone was good
Even when it hurt him, he did all that he could
To accept his own flaws and put aside the pain
So that he could help another move past the strain
He never asked for anything back; he gave from the heart
And even though he’s gone, he’ll always be a part
Of each and every one of us, the people he held close
His brand new family, the one that he chose
His passing is a tragedy; no one knows why he’s gone
He will never be forgotten; the sun sets then again comes the dawn
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Copyright © AC Dominguez
A solemn palace in a starry desert,
Where men live fearless and trees breathe.
A paradim of excellence, a bowl of dirt,
The holder of life, taken by human theives.
A temple for kings, a palace for sinners,
This ball of blue, the globe of all definition.
Bathed in light, lost in the dark,
Avoid of love, and all recognition.
Copyright © Simon Maye
I do not know?
He is debaucherous!”
Exploded his wife
In dismal grief!!
Became cunning and treacherous
His lascivious play
Was his plaintive lay!
His ‘unusual canker’
Was in fact a genital chancre,
The randy Syphilus
Had contracted syphilis!
The acne on his face
Brought him disgrace
For it extended beyond the chin
And all over the skin.
Because of the sins of Syphilus
The mirth from her life vanished!
Tell me, tell me O Jesus!
Why was she atrociously punished?
Copyright © Dr.Hemant Vinze