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March 10, 2011

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thingy

Agreed! : )

Jingle

awesome reflection,
Glad to see you learn the lesson via the experience.

cheers.

pamelasayers

Julie, it is never too late to learn.
Nice one.

irene

Oh Julie, this brings back memories of the chemistry lab..bunsen burners and hydrochloric acid with a tinge of nostalgia. As in over and done with!

versebender

Bravo.. Nicely done. Here's to more experimentation. Vb

Joseph Harker

The problem is that school makes you approach science with a coldly analytical mind. Clearly, poetry is the better way to go about it. :)

(I mean, come on, if we learned the periodic table in haiku and sonnets, and made physics problems into pastel drawings, and experienced biology by petting kittens and letting butterflies land on our hands... well, we'd probably retain a lot more.)

Donna Vorreyer

I like the way you learned to experiment.

vivienne blake

A happy outcome for you. Your final thought could be a recipe for life in general: persistence always pays off in the end.

Deb

Love, love, love how the poem & the narrator posit & prove their hypothesis!

:-)

Tumblewords

Oh, yes. Never say never! Well done!

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