Inspired by a chemistry tutor of mine. We all have those really great teachers we never forget ^^
I once had a teacher who told to me
"Chemistry is a complex subject you see"
"It's about all of matter - big and small"
"Now I wonder if you know it all"
"Worry not, I'm here to help"
"And not to see you cry or whelp"
And he went on and on - boy he was good
I reckon he could be a professor, and he should.
He preached about concepts from chemistry and life
Pointing out my errors; he was sharp as a knife
But at the end of the lesson, he would hurry to leave
Like a child running home, on Christmas eve.
So when I first saw him, I thought I'd flunk
For he walked with a shuffle, and - oh boy - he stunk
But it seemed it was to be, for only a day
For never again did I think I would pay
For the one with the cheeky smile, and knowledge abound
To come and teach me, yet another round
And I payed to learn more, for he inspired me
To love chemistry, and be the best I could be.