Knock knock, dear god.
Can you bend light?
Light was always there,
Light is you and all down there,
Light is the source of all that is there,
Light is bright and the might of all that will be there.
Knock knock, dear god,
Gimme a break,
For once tell me straight,
Can you bend light.
Dark silence, then a flash of light,
May peace be with you my misguided missile.
Albert Einstein, Sir Can you bend light?
No, I cannot. But nature does.
I have proved it if you must.
Since you are obsessed with impertinence,
I even carried out a simple experiment to suit your temperament.
Knock Knock, Dear God,
Do you play dice?
Dear Son, you mean like cat and mice?
Go get some sleep, may the fairy sing you a lullaby.
Albert Einstein, Does God play dice,
He does NOT.
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