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Slightly Physics related valentine's poem

  1. Feb 13, 2017 #1
    Roses are red
    Violets are blue
    My time dilates
    When I'm with you
    But I don't experience Lorentz contraction
    When you and I have an interaction
    In fact quite the opposite, my lengths expand
    But don't run away and bury your head in the sand
    It just means that I love you
    And on Valentine's day, what could be more true
    With you I want to spend the rest of my life
    Not worrying about all that trouble and strife
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  3. Feb 13, 2017 #2
    These are my favorite physics valentines!

  4. Feb 13, 2017 #3
    I could swear that there are more like those. I'd like to see more.

    As you know, Greg, English is not my first language. It is only my 1000th language... Just kidding :-p. Anyway, I don't know the rules of poetry in English, but here is my 12 year old vocabulary attempt at 4 verses:

    You induce the forces that spin my heart.
    They make them beat even when far apart.
    In the midst of your fields, my brainwaves fly.
    For you are my feels, under this blue sky.

    Does it need a title? Let's see... Hopeless, Act I. No, I'm just kidding :-p. It's suppose to be a valentines, slightly physics related poem. We need a happy title... Induced love. No... Invisible strings... I'm not good at titles.
    Now when someone reads it, the sky is gray. :oldlaugh:
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