Okay, here's another poem! Originally, it was a geometry project where I had to write a song, but I think it is good enougth to land on this site. Please R and R. Thanks!

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Equilibrium

In this geometric world Everything is not parallel or the same But everything on this plane Might become a negation.

Congruent polyhedron hearts and minds Will continue the falling slope of harm Some are equidistant from the problem While others are at the vertex of the problem.

Chorus:

Would it matter If only one person dared to care To create an equilibrium And a perfect sphere.

Pollution is not just the interior of this world There are other things that are closely adjacent They are skew lines Transversals of the broad problem of this world.

Congruent polyhedron hearts and minds Will continue the falling slope of harm The vertices will cease to shape our home And our lives.

Chorus (2x):

Would it matter If only one person dared to care To create an equilibrium And a perfect sphere.

An equilibrium and a perfect sphere An equilibrium and a perfect sphere.

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I forgot to mention this, but the tune is My Chemical Romance's "I Don't Love You." Please tell me how my song/poem was. Thanks for reading!