There once was a woman named Curie
too good of a chemist was she
too much radioactivity
damaged her productivity
and so she could no longer be
There once was a scientist named Bohr
nuclear bombs he did not abhor
their power was great
and did not abate
until all in sight were no more
There once was a young man named Brock
all he did was just sit there like a rock
“McDonald’s is my vice,
but those hamburgers sure are nice,
who cares about fat-caused arterial block?”
Once in my chemistry class in high school many years ago, the teacher had us write a series of three chemistry/science related limericks as a fun little assignment that was out of the usual ordinary homework and lab assignments. That was the most enjoyable homework that I ever had in that class for the whole year. These are those three limericks.
Science and writing, a great combination.
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