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Two From Tuesday – Part One: “Single-unit parts” November 2, 2005

Posted by Matt Hurst in Uncategorized.

It’s a chain reaction
Every time I rhyme
Every time I spit
Every atom split.
It’s the satisfaction
Behind atomic warfare
Protect general welfare
Every move is relative.
You dropped the bomb
Blew me away
Bottle of bougelez
Fire breathing fusion.
Two molecule opposite
In polarity
Revolve magneticly
Attraction made composite.
Compost piles in decay
Form matter preserved
Turn energy conserved
Quantum mechanical ways.
It’s just elementary
Physics in practice
Thrown out on mattress
Formed in the anciliary.
Functions to process
Find their result
Demonstrate defaults
Expressed in practice.



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