Curie Poems

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Sinistrality
Tonight, I want to say something wonderful
For the left-handed people who can adapt
to a world full of left-sided thinkers. The ones

who can navigate with all the specially opposed tools,
like the ones made standard for the 90%. I prefer
their open-mindedness, abstract,...Read More
Categories: curie, celebration, inspiration, meaningful,
Form: Ode



Premium Member Curiosities
Nothing in life is to be feared.
It is only to be understood.
          Marie Curie

Everything beyond death is to become loved.
We are only to be ego-identity stood under
as also eco-seated over.

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Categories: curie, death, fear, health, humanity, life, love,
Form: Free verse
Circumlocution Blues Part 1
Well Madame Curie 
ain't in too much of a hurry 
to have her harlots cured in a flurry 
but the regulars'll be likely 
to overlook some residual seepage
Barabbas n' Apostle John both don't care a bit 
'bout gettin' thrown in...Read More
Categories: curie, perspective, word play,
Form: Free verse
Marie Curie
Marie Curie
Madam Curie
For a girl, she’s pretty nerdy.
Played with physics
Played with chem
Nobel Prize in both of them.
Came from Poland
French with patience
Tumors cured with radiation
Marie Curie
Married Curie
Because they both were in a hurry
To discover polonium
Discovered radium
Changed the way we study uranium
Thanks...Read More
Categories: curie, childhood, nursery rhyme, science, women, youth,
Form: Rhyme
Be Well My Porcelain Daughter
Three eyes to see,
With no tongue to speak,
Confined to glass rooms of mournful reminiscing,
Bereft of purpose in her scientific boutique,
Isolated by the thunder that shook her stone cabin,
Oblivious to her sanctification as a relic of a lost civilization.


Olfactory overload,
Where is...Read More
Categories: curie, death, father daughter, love,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Born To Live-Difficult to Conquer
The birth place of world war II
after an invasion void of any declaration.
Stamps on history’s book by feminine hands
to ascertain the first death sentence of the same human disaster.
A time frame marked its stolen identity
signifying its absorption into the world...Read More
Categories: curie, community, education, environment, history, nature,
Form: Ode
aynanin otesindeki kadin
Aynanin otesindeki Kadin

Baslangic..
 Yok imkani yok.
 Kagidim kalemim yok.
 Internetimde yukardaki odada.
 Cikamam keyfimi bozamam.

Sonra bulundu kagit ve kalem.
 Yazildi hikaye kalemle.
 Kacinci yuzyildayiz.
 Eski okul ,eski hikaye

Bolum 1
 Lodosun sesi hep yatak odamda.
 Ruyalarimda ugultular devlerin gurultusu.
 Ah ruzgarlari...Read More
Categories: curie, emotions, life, memory, people, philosophy, voice, women,
Form: Free verse
Science and Faith
They are not natural enemies, nor were they ever meant to be ....
True, for a time when Faith was strong, Science was bound, cowed,
driven down--till Science began its growth spurt: by leaps it enlarged,
pulsing, tumescent, fed by Galileo and Copernicus,...Read More
Categories: curie, allusion, faith, inspiration, love, science,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Shade Of Curie
Thrashing like Medusa’s locks
water whipped kelp lash and flay.
And angry waves pummel rocks
breaking into salty spray.

The sky's a caldron of cloud
that’s seething like a witch's brew.
And heaven’s draped in a shroud,
not a single star shines through.

When lightning ignites the dark
thunder...Read More
Categories: curie, imagery, rain, weather, wind,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Just not as rehearsed -c'est la vie
An eisteddfod* is  arranged for March 1st
The whole school is encouraged to do their bit
Poetry wasn't my forte in those days
Art was not allowed for this

I decided I would sing a traditional song
Practised whenever I had a spare chance
My...Read More
Categories: curie, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Love is truth-a joy for ever-
 
True love never dies it’s black and white in books
Love is not love that alters when finds alteration
Love stories are fantasies giving joy to the world
Ideal love is an object set for lovers, for example
Lust may be without love,...Read More
Categories: curie, joy, love, truth, , literature,
Form: Sestina
The Mighty Atom
                         The Mighty Atom
            ...Read More
Categories: curie, environment, science, planet,
Form: Epitaph
Being First Isn't Always Best
Being First Isn't Always Best

By Elton Camp

Unkind words the winner may choose
“Second place only means to lose.”

So many things are cast as a race
Be first, or it’s scorn that you face

Who was second the fly the Atlantic solo?
There’s an excellent...Read More
Categories: curie, humor,
Form: Rhyme
QUANTUM PHYSICS
A is for atom, the smallest particle of an element which we could observe
B is for B Physics, the study of particles containing the *bottom (b) quark, which swerve

C is for colour, a property of quarks and gluons – but...Read More
Categories: curie, science, planet,
Form: Abecedarian
ABC World's Famous Scientists In History
A  is for Anton van Leeuwenhoek- in his simple  microscope made him well-known,
B is for Benjamin Franklin who invented  the electricity  from the flow of electrons.

C is for Curie, Marie -a woman   known by...Read More
Categories: curie, cancer, inspirational, me,
Form: ABC
Marie Curie - A Clerihew
Marie Curie, the radiant,
In wits and style above the gradient.
Declared she that wigs would be "in"
Along with glowing skin....Read More
Categories: curie, history, science,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Addressing Inequity
History books are filled with men’s escapades
Are women’s accomplishments seen as charades?

Joan of Arc had visions of saints leading her
to save France from Britain’s tyrannical cur.

Rosa Parks refused to give up her bus seat --
defending rights, she’d not succumb to...Read More
Categories: curie, history, people, women, women,
Form: Rhyme
I DON'T KNOW
 I   DON’T  KNOW

So what’s wrong with saying “I don’t know”
When your poem is good,   and feels just so?
A technical requirement  to state categorically
What you have said, albeit metaphorically.
Like asking Einstein to place his...Read More
Categories: curie, funny,
Form: Couplet
Madam Curie
You had to have been in your element
Or should I say
Your element was born in you, without argument
Your birthday is today
Who needs words and the drudgery of numbers
When facts can make sweet revelation
And light pours of metals in radiation
Of secrets...Read More
Categories: curie, anniversary, dedication,
Form: Verse
My Heroine
She wore an Armour over her dress
to go on and fight in the face of death
Joan of Arc is the name of the girl
that died at an age of nineteen years old
For the chance to make a change...
tell me, what...Read More
Categories: curie, devotionwomen, age, age, love, women,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Love is truth-a joy for ever-w
True love never dies it’s black and white in books
Love is not love that alters when  finds alteration
Love stories are fantasies giving joy to the world
Ideal love is an object set for lovers, for example
Lust may be without love,...Read More
Categories: curie, beauty, joy, love, , literature,
Form: Sestina
Premium Member Gen-i-i
What makes a Genius appear to be
As clever as you or me
What makes them brainy, sure to excel
The next few lines are sure to tell
 
Various subjects show their form
For you and me, it's not our norm
Literature, Poetry or Mathematics
Turns...Read More
Categories: curie, inspirational, life, on work and working, on
Form: Rhyme
Woman Of Honor


Erma Bombeck, Words of Wisdom.
Coretta Scott King, Peace and Reason.
Rosa Parks, Stood Victorious!
Betsy Ross, Our Nations Seamstress.
Mother Mary, Bore Jesus in Bethlehem.
Harriet Tubman, Lead Slaves to Freedom.
Queen Ester, Saved her Nation.
Amelia Earhart, Gave all to Aviation.
Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt.
Joan of...Read More
Categories: curie, adventure, black african american, history, life, people,
Form: Free verse