Miss NUCLEUS

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

An ion who once held my bond
accelerated far beyond.
As my potential stayed at ground,
she cyclotronned around and round.


After an eternity,

this proton has returned to me.
Why so long? Lorentz contraction?
Or just diffraction and distraction?


Regardless, I'm excited to embrace

her positively charged-up space.
But it seems that she attracts a crowd:
her head's in an electron cloud.


Miss NUCLEUS is hard to see

when swimming in her electron sea.
As leptons leap around the belle,
I can't break through the outer Shel.

Yes, I am bondless, gassy, noble.

Interactions make me mobile.
My charge repulsion, to be frank,
is so large I'd rather walk the Planck.


I know her spacetime line is steep,

with state transitions she must keep.
But just a quantum of her time
to pair up with her friend in rhyme?

92 comments:

Ritu said...

good revision of Physics :-)

Anouska Awasthi said...

a perfect technocratic poem from a true technocrat

Anonymous said...

Yes, I am bondless, gassy, noble.
Interactions make me mobile.
My charge repulsion, to be frank,
is so large I'd rather walk the Planck.
master of physics well written sir
regards

Rohit Sharma said...

Yes, I am bondless, gassy, noble.
Interactions make me mobile.
My charge repulsion, to be frank,
is so large I'd rather walk the Planck.

AB AAYA HAI APNE ASLI RANG MA
SAHI HAI MAAMU

Shravan said...

thats technocratic. loved it man loved it :)

Er. Nidhi Mishra said...

I know her spacetime line is steep,
with state transitions she must keep.
But just a quantum of her time
to pair up with her friend in rhyme?

Dr. Pragya bajaj said...

I know her spacetime line is steep,
with state transitions she must keep.
But just a quantum of her time
to pair up with her friend in rhyme?
That was nice

Ashok said...

oye ye kya tha????
u r really anitique ite sud be put in musesum

Er. Snigddha Aggarwal said...

Miss NUCLEUS is hard to see
when swimming in her electron sea.
As leptons leap around the belle,
I can't break through the outer Shel.

Prachi Pandey said...

After an eternity,
this proton has returned to me.
Why so long? Lorentz contraction?
Or just diffraction and distraction?

[Ragini]. said...

A poor student of Physics I might be but a great admirer of emotions coming directly from heart (Language no bar :-P)

very scientifically...oops.. wonderfully written :-)

Anonymous said...

nice poem , wel written , with much of flow .. thnx for sharing .

Anonymous said...

I know her spacetime line is steep,
with state transitions she must keep.
But just a quantum of her time
to pair up with her friend in rhyme?
SIMPLY OUTSTANDING BONDING PF PHYSICS N LOVE

Jyoti Dixit said...

An ion who once held my bond
accelerated far beyond.
As my potential stayed at ground,
she cyclotronned around and round.

LOVE SCIENTIFIED

Jyoti Dixit said...

nice 2 read somethng diffrent

Ria Taneja said...

physics and psycholgy of love boinded nicely by u sir
Well written in a diffrent way

Anonymous said...

Yes, I am bondless, gassy, noble.
Interactions make me mobile.
My charge repulsion, to be frank,
is so large I'd rather walk the Planck

Er. Paayal Sharma said...

I know her spacetime line is steep,
with state transitions she must keep.
But just a quantum of her time
to pair up with her friend in rhyme?

Anonymous said...

too good man

Dr. Aradhna Awasthi said...

I know her spacetime line is steep,
with state transitions she must keep.
But just a quantum of her time
to pair up with her friend in rhyme?
well written.........

Dr. Aradhna Awasthi said...

In the arithmetic of love, one plus one equals everything, and two minus one equals nothing.

Anonymous said...

Relationships are like glass. Sometimes it's better to leave them broken than try to hurt yourself putting it back together

Anonymous said...

I prithee send me back my heart,
Since I cannot have thine;
For if from yours you will not part,
Why, then, shouldst thou have mine?

Anonymous said...

It's so curious: one can resist tears and 'behave' very well in the hardest hours of grief. But then someone makes you a friendly sign behind a window, or one notices that a flower that was in bud only yesterday has suddenly blossomed, or a letter slips from a drawer... and everything collapses

Dr.Nishi Chauhan said...

With what a deep devotedness of woe
I wept thy absence - o'er and o'er again
Thinking of thee, still thee, till thought grew pain,
And memory, like a drop that, night and day,
Falls cold and ceaseless, wore my heart away!

Dr.Nishi Chauhan said...

Invisible tears are the hardest to wipe away. Just let it out, my friend.

Anonymous said...

Miss NUCLEUS is hard to see
when swimming in her electron sea.
As leptons leap around the belle,
I can't break through the outer Shel

Anonymous said...

Giving up doesn't always mean you are weak; sometimes it means that you are strong enough to let go.

Anonymous said...

With what a deep devotedness of woe
I wept thy absence - o'er and o'er again
Thinking of thee, still thee, till thought grew pain,
And memory, like a drop that, night and day,
Falls cold and ceaseless, wore my heart away!

Er. Nidhi Mishra said...

With what a deep devotedness of woe
I wept thy absence - o'er and o'er again
Thinking of thee, still thee, till thought grew pain,
And memory, like a drop that, night and day,
Falls cold and ceaseless, wore my heart away!

Er. Nidhi Mishra said...

u wrote in typical engineers way......
Nice

Anonymous said...

Man performs and engenders so much more than he can or should have to bear. That's how he finds that he can bear anything.

Anonymous said...

Regardless, I'm excited to embrace
her positively charged-up space.
But it seems that she attracts a crowd:
her head's in an electron cloud.
well composed

Dr. Pragya bajaj said...

aah that was diffrent n nice

Dr. Pragya bajaj said...

Heavy hearts, like heavy clouds in the sky, are best relieved by the letting of a little water.

Amit said...

good poem.....it reminds me physics lessons....
good one..

Anonymous said...

After an eternity,
this proton has returned to me.
Why so long? Lorentz contraction?
Or just diffraction and distraction?

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Anonymous said...

know her spacetime line is steep,
with state transitions she must keep.
But just a quantum of her time
to pair up with her friend in rhyme?

Anonymous said...

Regardless, I'm excited to embrace
her positively charged-up space

Shreya Rajput said...

Miss NUCLEUS is hard to see
when swimming in her electron sea.
As leptons leap around the belle,
I can't break through the outer Shel.

Shreya Rajput said...

its diffrent and i loved it

Anonymous said...

I know her spacetime line is steep,
with state transitions she must keep.
But just a quantum of her time
to pair up with her friend in rhyme?

Anonymous said...

Yes, I am bondless, gassy, noble.
Interactions make me mobile.
My charge repulsion, to be frank,
is so large I'd rather walk the Planck

Anonymous said...

Regardless, I'm excited to embrace
her positively charged-up space.
But it seems that she attracts a crowd:
her head's in an electron cloud.

Anonymous said...

I know her spacetime line is steep,
with state transitions she must keep.
But just a quantum of her time
to pair up with her friend in rhyme?

Er. Paayal Sharma said...

After an eternity,
this proton has returned to me.
Why so long? Lorentz contraction?
Or just diffraction and distraction?

Anonymous said...

वाह क्या बात है!!हमेशा की तरह एक और बेहतरीन कविता, सुन्‍दर रचना
धन्यवाद

अनु मिश्रा said...

Yes, I am bondless, gassy, noble.
Interactions make me mobile.
My charge repulsion, to be frank,
is so large I'd rather walk the Planck

Anonymous said...

that was unique

Anonymous said...

I know her spacetime line is steep,
with state transitions she must keep.
But just a quantum of her time
to pair up with her friend in rhyme?

WELL COMPOSED

Ria Taneja said...

Regardless, I'm excited to embrace
her positively charged-up space.
But it seems that she attracts a crowd:
her head's in an electron cloud.

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Nirmla Kapila said...

बहुत बडिया भैइ मान गये लगे रहो

अल्पना वर्मा said...

:) :)..Amazing!

It is a different kind of Poem...what a good combination of physics and poetry!very well crafted.

Anonymous said...

I know her spacetime line is steep,
with state transitions she must keep.
But just a quantum of her time
to pair up with her friend in rhyme?

Ria said...

Yes, I am bondless, gassy, noble.
Interactions make me mobile.
My charge repulsion, to be frank,
is so large I'd rather walk the Planck.
nice

Anonymous said...

Miss NUCLEUS is hard to see
when swimming in her electron sea.
As leptons leap around the belle,
I can't break through the outer Shel

Er. Paayal Sharma said...

After an eternity,
this proton has returned to me.
Why so long? Lorentz contraction?
Or just diffraction and distraction?

Rohit Gore said...

Thanks for your comment, Avinash. And although you have heard this a million times already, let em say thi again. Thou art a fantastic writer!

Cheers
Rohit

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Anonymous said...

too good man

Anonymous said...

Regardless, I'm excited to embrace
her positively charged-up space.
But it seems that she attracts a crowd:
her head's in an electron cloud.

Femin Susan said...

hey
very creative poem and i think you are very interested in chemistry.its really funny as well as interesting to recite your poem aloud.
cheers!

Anonymous said...

After an eternity,
this proton has returned to me.
Why so long? Lorentz contraction?
Or just diffraction and distraction?

Er. Puja Kapoor said...

As my potential stayed at ground,
she cyclotronned around and round.

Tracy said...

Miss NUCLEUS is hard to see
when swimming in her electron sea.
As leptons leap around the belle,
I can't break through the outer Shel.

Anonymous said...

Miss NUCLEUS is hard to see
when swimming in her electron sea.
As leptons leap around the belle,
I can't break through the outer Shel.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I am bondless, gassy, noble.
Interactions make me mobile.
My charge repulsion, to be frank,
is so large I'd rather walk the Planck.

Mehnaaz said...

Regardless, I'm excited to embrace
her positively charged-up space.
But it seems that she attracts a crowd:
her head's in an electron cloud.

Anonymous said...

I know her spacetime line is steep,
with state transitions she must keep.
But just a quantum of her time
to pair up with her friend in rhyme?

Anonymous said...

I know her spacetime line is steep,
with state transitions she must keep.
But just a quantum of her time
to pair up with her friend in rhyme?

Shalini Chopra said...

I know her spacetime line is steep,
with state transitions she must keep.
But just a quantum of her time
to pair up with her friend in rhyme?

Austeen Sufi said...

Miss NUCLEUS is hard to see
when swimming in her electron sea.
As leptons leap around the belle,
I can't break through the outer Shel

Richa Saxena said...

After an eternity,
this proton has returned to me.
Why so long? Lorentz contraction?
Or just diffraction and distraction?


Regardless, I'm excited to embrace
her positively charged-up space.
But it seems that she attracts a crowd:
her head's in an electron cloud

Shilpi Verma said...

After an eternity,
this proton has returned to me.
Why so long? Lorentz contraction?
Or just diffraction and distraction?


Regardless, I'm excited to embrace
her positively charged-up space.
But it seems that she attracts a crowd:
her head's in an electron cloud.

Amrita Kumari said...

Yes, I am bondless, gassy, noble.
Interactions make me mobile.
My charge repulsion, to be frank,
is so large I'd rather walk the Planck.

Amrita Kumari said...

Today I feel I can either be close to you,
Or let you go
And I'll be fine.

Ruchika Mittal said...

Yes, I am bondless, gassy, noble.
Interactions make me mobile.
My charge repulsion, to be frank,
is so large I'd rather walk the Planck

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