"What if we were muons?
Would you still love me?
You wouldn't have to for very long.
It's all relative." -Sarah Barton, "Muons"
The above poem is what happens when English majors have to take physics classes. If you're confused, wiki/google "muons" - it should make more sense.
I should mention that I took the liberty of titling the poem "Muons" since the author didn't deign to bestow a title on it. Not that she ever does give her poems titles actually.
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