Mendeleevz Periodic Table - Poem by Hardik Vaidya
I am amazed at your age.
I know you are still 19,
In my mind,
For the world who minds?
Why are you tied to The Lord of the ages?
Who chose to spend 14 years because of stupid pledges?
Holes were never a part of our whole existence,
India was never a nation of Vatsyayan or Valmikis sole imagination.
If you allow 6 more, it will be 28, double of what The Lord cut grass in his age.
Be bold, be fearless, you have done no crime,
To fall in love is not your fault nor mine,
You did not choose, neither did me,
It was chemistry, and electrons had to leap.
Mendeleev was not a fool, he was a man, not god,
Lets have faith in men, lets not live on gods.
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