Pratheek Praveen Kumar
A subject that arouses the interest,
Of the very best,
A subject of unparalleled mystery,
And unmatched history.
A subject of supreme subtlety,
That lets the mind wander free,
A subject that the great adore,
And none does it bore.
A subject that solves mysteries,
The mind does it tease,
It is truly a great subject,
Cursed are people who it neglect.
A subject that sharpens the mind,
To it do great people's minds bind,
A subject upon which the future does depend,
It can the damaged world, mend.
A great subject indeed is science,
Studying it will give no grievance,
A great, useful subject indeed,
Which to betterment does lead.
The future of the world will be held by this great subject,
Change it will in every way every minute object,
The subject of the greatest of the people of this world,
The life of many, many people it does mould
Einstein and Newton are just products of this great subject,
Cursed indeed are people who give it even a little neglect,
People who work on this great subject are indeed great,
Truly and forever great indeed will be their fate.
People have died while working on this subject, Science,
They have died without almost any great grievance,
Scientists have a thirst for discovering new things,
This certainly greatness always and faithfully brings.
Great indeed are the scientists, who work for the upheaval of science,
They will always have a sense of free, spirited and unstopped buoyance.
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