Ubad Patel


Living Life with Full Heart


Blood in heart enters through the Aorta
I learned this language using Rosetta
It then moves on to the tricuspid valve
I try to swim on water like a dove
Moving on to the left ventricles
I love riding them BMX bicycles
Then the blood goes through the semi lunar valve
For two to get equal share, the pizza was halved
Pulmonary artery is the stop where oxygen rushes in the blood
For sharing is what makes the child enter adulthood
The blood then enters a part called the left atrium
By this time, the child starts playing with fire and making aluminum
The procedure repeated for the right side of the heart till blood enters Aorta
For the mischief-maker is given the ultimata
Finally goes to the head and back in to the heart
To be on the safe side, I duck beneath the apple cart

Submitted: Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 20, 2014

Topic(s): heart


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