Great Minds Can’t be Replicated

Great Minds Can’t be Replicated

Whenever I think of Newton,
Who discovered gravity and gave the laws of motion,
I wonder how he became famous,
Not only a great physicist, but also a mathematical genius.

I often find it really strange,
And hard to believe, that an apple could change
The way Newton understood the world around,
And make great discoveries, becoming quite renowned.

So, one day, I decided to sit under an apple tree,
Assuming that this would make me go down in history.
An apple fell right on my head,
But sadly, I only ended up on the hospital bed.

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