Ellirie Aviles


A Physics Teacher


I’m never that scared
Cause there’s Eeh-em-see Squared(E=mc2)
No kinetic ever shared
It was one’s great nightmare

To be sure and be fair
To them I must share
But of you, your answer
To my question’s my fear

A physics teacher
She’s a great leader
She’s sir Paul’s sister
And choi-choi’s mother

I’d better surrender
In physics, it’s better
But to make it more clearer
I’ll be out of this crater

I know ‘bout psychology
And you know my strategy
I wish to keep it in Secrecy
Cause it’s just my philanthropy

Happy teacher’s month
Hope that science still you’ll hunt.
I really love this one
The science 5 minus 1

Hope you’ll see the real me
Even if the only way’s to peel me
But this I’ll make sure to thee
It’s me.In the right time you’ll see

Submitted: Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, September 21, 2011

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