Limerick Poems About Science | Science Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by James Marshall Goff |
Categories: funny

The Man With Two Heads

The Man With Two Heads


There once was a man with two heads
Of letters and science well read
By the light of the moon
He could make juries swoon
Spinning truth so fast their ears bled!



08/25/10
10:03pm

For Carolyn Devonshire's contest: Lawyer Limericks


Poem Details | by Anisha Dutta |
Categories: encouraging,

Famous Last Line


                      Famous Last Line

              I once knew a poet named Anisha
             She wrote poems sipping Mimosa.
                    She did not care for critics
                     But she loved Mathematics.
          She solved sums on ordinate-abscissa

         She solved sums on ordinate – abscissa,
        calculated Logarithms-Mantissa.
                 She loved Literature
                  Maths, Science and Nature.
          Her Idol was Great Mother Teressa.

  03/06/16

             First Stanza is original from a Contest and Second one follows.
             Famous Last Line Contest
                       Third Place
     Sponsor Laura Loo


Poem Details | by Anisha Dutta |
Categories: faith, philosophy,

FIVE FACTS


     FIVE FACTS

        NATURE, the administrator is SMARTER than science and technology
          SPORT is the SPIRIT to compete regardless of victory or defeat.
          BATTLE of the sexes will RUN as neither sex will agree to forfeit.
        SIN and snake both like to SNEAK with individual analogy.
        Mind yearns, heat cherishes, soul judges, DESTINY begs APOLOGY.

    
  12/11/15
                One liners 6,7,8,9,10 Contest
   sponsor Bev Smith


Poem Details | by Benjamin Wormwood |
Categories: philosophy, science,

Uncertainty Principle

There once was a particle in space 
Who moved at a leisurely pace.
   He measured his speed 
   but Heisenberg didn't heed 
And lost track of his place


Explainer: 
If you are not a scientist or science enthusiast, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle is one of those fundamental properties of nature which means that you can measure position or momentum not both! Fortunately, this effect only becomes prominent with very small objects