phosphoric x-ray lasers
First of all phosphoric x-ray lasers is made up science, but it sounds cool. It’s totally poetic license.
October 12, 2011, prompt “rare.”
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Posted on October 12, 2011, in Poetry, Sensational Haiku Wednesday and tagged glassware, laser, phosphoric, rare, rare earth, rare earth elements, x-ray, You know that Blog, ytterbium. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.
Rare mixture and high energy!!
That’s a rare haiku 🙂 wonderfully done
Awesome word imagery! 🙂
Very imaginatively put together! Nice!
Nice to see the union of physics and poetry.
I agree with zumpoems…the union of physics and poetry is very creative