Monday, August 27, 2012

Schrödinger's Cat

There was a boy named Schrödinger
twas madly, deep in love.
Yet refused to tell his cherished
lest her affection he's unworthy of.

He postulated within his head,
a wild and fantastic notion.
He hoped it would ease his mind,
though played upon his every emotion.

If he would keep his secret safe,
both love and hate were true.
To many this would sound quite daft,
but you know he thought this through.

'What hurts the most', he often thought
'that which makes me so irate',
'knowing she detests my soul'
'everything about me she does hate'.

But then again, do not forget.
his theory oh so clever.
Unless he were to share his feelings
she would love him, just forever.

His cat eyed him suspiciously,
no one more did it disdain.
It cocked its head as if to say,
'You're really quite insane.'



  1. Oh this is adorable, Mr. Scott! Love it, it was witty and sweet and funny! shared around my friend!

  2. Interesting take on Schrodinger's theory. Very valid and one I have tried out myself.

    If I never speak it, I am never wounded.

    Sad, but true.

  3. oh my! how beautifully and tactfully you used the concept of schrodinger's cat in your poem. loved it. <3

  4. Thank you everyone for your comments. I really appreciate them.

  5. Hehe. So cute. I have not heard of Schrodinger, but that is an interesting theory. Seems like it would work on a cat. :)

  6. I first heard of Schrodinger on the Big Bang Theory. They have talked about this theory several times. It's an interesting theory to say the least.