A Sonnet to the Scientist

By: Louis Macgregor
Competition Year: 2012
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My vastness stretches through time and space
Yet you capture my beauty and glory
An insatiable appetite burns in your race
A desire to know and explore me
Galileo admired my twinkling eyes
Newton noticed my bodies' attraction
Darwin discovered my creative guise
Marie Curie my radiant action
And without I'd fall into lonesome despair
I'd miss all of your musings and theories
I'm mysterious and volatile beyond compare
But you accept me despite all these wearies
Exploring my nature has left me half bare
With so many pleasures I’ve still yet to share
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