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The Lark

Flowmar’s Poems

Unreactive

No lone pairs

The word “Unreactive” made out of spheres that look like atoms. The spheres are purple and pink. The shadowing on the letters gives a depth effect.
Image by Author — “Unreactive”

Floating through the solvent
Searching for a mate
All the other acids find their bases
Acetic acid, neutralized Sodium Acetate

My valence shell is full
I don’t do covalent shares
No need for a reaction
As I have no lonely pairs

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Omar Imam

Omar Imam

Currently a student studying Software Development. I like to write about my experiences in hopes that they will help someone else or provoke thought.

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