David SmithWhite

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The Neutron's Song - Poem by David SmithWhite

Where the cosmic winds rage,
bitter and vociferous.
Between dimensions,
dark and mysterious.
You'll find us, deep in the universe;
at the very heart of things.

In the eye of the hurricane,
and at the centre of the earth.
At the point of death,
and at the moment of birth.
You'll find us, a tiny universe,
a part of everything.

Deep, deep, deep in the nucleus.
You'll find us, deep in the nucleus.
Deep, deep, deep in the nucleus,
at the very heart of things.

Where the fabric of space,
is exceedingly curious.
With magnetic forces,
charged and furious.
You'll find us, deep in the nucleus,
at the very heart of things.

From the crest of a wave,
in the middle of the sea,
to the distant points of the galaxy.
There we'll be, for all eternity,
at the very heart of things.

Deep, deep, deep in the nucleus.
You'll find us, deep in the nucleus.
Deep, deep, deep in the nucleus,
a part of everything!

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 16, 2005



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