Ryan Brodesser

Rookie - 64 Points (9/16/1994 / California)

Chemistry Poem Poem by Ryan Brodesser


Chem is fun but beware

You must play by the rules, you must take care

No fooling around or screwing about here

Or the result may cost you dear.

When handling acid

Don’t jump around, be calm and placid

If you do not know what to throw in the sink

Ask a teacher or stop and think

For goodness sake, don’t smell strange fumes

And for broken glass, always use sweepers and brooms

Never ever try to put a hot item in cold water

And never use poisonous or dangerous liquids without a blotter

When touching dead or preserved creatures, treat with respect

Always make sure that all items are their after finishing, is double checked

These rules simple as they be, will help you, even if they are drab

For safety is always a priority in a science lab

Submitted: Monday, August 12, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013
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An assignment I did for chemistry class. Mr. Elsberry is the bomb!

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