Hermida/DodtOh my dear physics my does thou torment me so?Every story I pen, is shot down, and killed by your cruel reality.Why must thou trick me, and humiliate my work?Why must thou make me look a fool?Hath you not killed the work of others?Is it just me?Pain, Pain Pain. With no endWhy must thou force the stinging criticism down my parched throat?Who cares if I want a raven to talk?Who cares if I want a pendulum to drop?Who cares if a cat makes me mad?Who cares if an eye makes me sad?But no, physics, you cruel mistress,You must make my life pain and hate.
Physics is GreatByJakob Brown and Camden BackieA pendulum ticking the seconds,Back and forth, periodic motion.Potential to kinetic,A transfer of emotion.Centripetal force keeping our planets aligned,Proved by Galileo in very long ago.Thought the sun went around us,Never wanted that theory to go.A cannonball launched at fifty five meters per second,Where will it fall?With gravity affecting it,Will it be near at all?Physics is a great thing,Keeps the universe in swing!
Dziszuk/AugerPhysics comes in many shapes and sizesIt goes all the way from the sky above you to deep into the ground beneath youFrom the gravity keeping you down to the momentum that keeps you movingThe force that is being applied to the work that comes outPhysics is all around youYou may not love ityou may not hate itbut whatever your opinionit’s always neededit may be hard to comprehendbut physics is always there in the end
Hendrix/HuntDisclaimer: Our sonnet about physics does not truly represent our feelings about the subject so please refrain from taking any of the information displayed as insulting. Mason and Rachel's Italian Sonnet on Physics:Contact and physical forceNow there’s more to endorse!Is it physical or kinetic?I think it’s fine to say they’re both energetic...If you get it or if you don’tA teacher may love it, but a student most certainly won’tHowever it is important for the mindIf you don’t know it you will be left behindMy opinion you ask, oh do you now?Well, I’m not quite the one to say “wow”If you ask me my commentary, it’s dismalMy distaste for physics is abysmalI know it will help and so I study it observantly I know soon it will click, and then I’ll know it thoroughly!
The force due to gravity Is 9.8 meters per second squaredFilling the velocity meter until maximum capacityIf that were a human he would be in despairForce due to friction slows things downAir resistance does the sameCentripetal force causes things to go aroundThe explanations are very mundanePhysics, oh physics, You never cease to amazeYou are very hard to understandAnd often cause many students to look at whiteboards in a dazeWhile they empty out their tear glandsThere are far too many numbers and complex equationsThat all challenge our mind’s inner machinationsBy: Emma Prejs and Logan Kane
Physics,The Death of the Common ScholarAt the beginning the year all they knew was f=mabut as time went on they`re minds became grayPhysics, started in Ancient greeceIt began to grow piece by pieceIt soon became a studySoon taught everybodyGalileo had started a revolution The Earth was replaced by the sun, by means of substitutionPhysics, the death of many scholarsThey scamper to the corner, because they felt smallerIt beat their brains to a pulpWhen they saw their new grades they went, “Gulp.”Pacal, drag, vector and friction They plastered it to our mind just like an addictionBy:Diego and Max
What be’est thou, O Physics?Art thou the laws that dictate life?Art thou the Universe?Art thou the embodiment of the thoughts of all? Where be’est thou, O Physics?Do’st thou include the burning stars? Dos’t thou include the Heavens above?Do’st thou include the embodiment of all? Why be’est thou, O Physics?Doth thou balance the life of every soul?Doth thou destroy the life of every soulDoth thou represent the life of all?Physics, O PhysicsThou art all!By: Kalyani Weiss, Owen O'Connor, Danyon Gedris
Berry/FrostPhysics, is awesomeIt makes us blossom It controls our livesBut it makes grades take divesPhysics can save GwenSo you must use it every now and thenIt gave us frictionBut caused us an afflictionPhysics helped us understand workBut made us berserkIt made us lose buddiesBecause we had to studyPhysics is okayBut I’d rather go out and play
Gravity pulls, past the oceanEven closer to the burning centerGravity pulls, putting me in motionAs I look towards it’s inventorsNewton tells in his first lawOf an apple that sunk from a treeHe found why the fruit did fallIt was all due to gravity!Gravity pulls down from my hairIt tugs me toward the coreNever relenting, always thereUntil we all are no moreMicah/Jarrod
The fall was long, dark, and quickThe hair on my head whipped around my white faceCylindrical walls raced passed my flailing bodyThe ground was being pulled towards me9.8 meters I fell in one short second I knew my life would be cut in halfLike a falling carIt fell to an uncertain endingAll I believed in was left at the top of the pitMy hope was falling with meI could feel the powerful pull of the EarthGravity was getting the best of meWhat will happen when my body in motion hits the motionless ground?I am sure physics isn’t working in my favor todayBy- Hannah Mulford and Lauren Begnoche
Physics are an Everyday ThingBy: Heidi Kitchel and Delaney BrownPhysics are an everyday thingThey’re applied to objects in motionBut even when an object is stillGravity still pulls it downPhysics are an everyday thingThey create transfers of energyLike momentum causes serious damageYes, physics cause terrible disastersPhysics are an everyday thingThey may be difficult to understandBut all you need to remember Is that with physics there’s always a plan
Physics: The universe’s conspiracyA Joint Effort by Cole Chivers and Jacob MurphyEvery force that rules our world works with its companionsSo many forces work together to form some “higher cause”Really its naught but a grand conspiracy of wise men with a privilegeThe privilege to explain our world and state our imagination’s flaws.This conglomerate of principles, theories, and ideasDominates our universe and stymies all rebelionPuts down the thoughts and fantasies of those who wish for differenceConsiders all of those fore-thinkers to be nothing but hellions.Math and science come together to form a powerful pairThe apex of finite laws that meld all into oneStunt the growth of new ideas and throw away all “unrealism”To every fresh, creative mind, it is anything but “fun”.These basic “laws of physics” take such real effort to grasp,And in the end these simple rules will bite you like an asp.