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The Lark

Flowmar’s Poems


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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