Aluminium as ambient

By: BHolmes (School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Eng.)
Competition Year: 2017
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Slender to the point of translucence
Rendered in the away.
Others needs found in my impuissance,
Another’s hope in stay.

She’ll find what she wants in me.
Steel’s Young’s unduly poor.
Strength proportional in fee.
Alength we find ourselves nevermore.

Paris’ law applies here too;
Ferrous to a magnet in kin
We’re held close by an unseen glue.
Dear aluminium, my antonym of din.
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