The Apple of Newton’s Eye – poem

appleThis is a wee poem that I wrote many moons ago when I was a teenager.

An apple falling from a tree
Hit Newton, knocked him flat
Bang goes the law of gravity
And bang goes Newton’s hat

A pear falling from a tree
Hit him not long after
Said Newton as he shook his head
“This law is getting dafter”

Then something else fell from the tree
As he gazed up at the sky
And he watched the bird fly off
Through his other eye

About rosedixon

Hello. I am a Registered Hypnotherapist, Reiki Master in the Usui/Tibetan Ryoho Tradition and a Certified Animal Reiki Practitioner. I have given Tarot and Psychic Readings for over 30 years. I have an MA in Psychoanalysis after studying language, symbols, dreams and the unconscious. I founded the School Of Wyrdynamics SOW, which is a school of thought whose intention is to study wyrd and patterns in my own and others' life unfoldments in order to create a healthier and more fulfilling life by maximising choices and positive potentials. Apart from above, other interests are Sociology, Quantum Physics, Qabalah, Ritual and Magickal Theory, Gematria, Animal Welfare and causes...To Be or Not to Be You. That is the Quest and I have lots of tools to help you to uncover and direct your patterns to become the best you.
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4 Responses to The Apple of Newton’s Eye – poem

  1. Teenage poems have a special twist and light to them. Beautiful.

  2. Lutz Braum says:

    Thank you for sharing some teenage poetry. I really enjoyed it.

  3. rosedixon says:

    Thanks. That is nice of you Lutz. I must try and dig out some more

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