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Platinum

Ode to Platinum

Platinum this, and platinum that.
It's more rare than gold , and that's a fact.
It's silvery, white, ductile, and malleable.
It conducts stuff that's electrical.
"Platina" means "Little Silver".
Its durability is really killer.
Pt, it's symbol, stands for perfectly toned.
Other elements don't compare, they always get owned.
Platinum has a lot of compounds.
It's found in Africa, and some other towns.
Girls like it because it's real expensive.
It's awesomeness is so intensive.
By Jill Murray

Platinum schmlatinum in the morning
Platinum schmlatinum in the evening
Platinum you are essential to life
Your sweet sweet color is grayish white

Group ten is where you belong
For your chemical properties I long
Bendable, resistant to corrosives and heavy,
All other elements are engrossed in envy.

Platinum you are the best element
And I love your periodic placement
The number 78 is sacred
And if you asked me to marry you, I would

Grills made of you are worn by sellers of drugs
You are used in cars, and great for spark plugs
Capital P and a lowercase t are your letters
And platinum I cannot think of an element that is better
By Nora Nicholl

Essential To Life

Platinum schmlatinum in the morning
Platinum schmlatinum in the evening
Platinum you are essential to life
Your sweet sweet color is grayish white

Group ten is where you belong
For your chemical properties I long
Bendable, resistant to corrosives and heavy,
All other elements are engrossed in envy.

Platinum you are the best element
And I love your periodic placement
The number 78 is sacred
And if you asked me to marry you, i would

Grills made of you are worn by sellers of drugs
You are used in cars, and great for spark plugs
Capital P and a lowercase t are your letters
And platinum I cannot think of an element that is better
By niclew

Platinum

Platinum a precious metal
Cold and bright
With a high appeal
Stronger than gold
Prettier then steel….
A jeweler has what you need
Platinum and Ice
Make you pockets steep
When you get one for your girl
Diamond formation in a swirl
Once you get down on one knee
The diamonds in platinum
Will shine for eternity
By Daniella Abramov

Platnium

You have got the bling
If you’re wearing a platinum ring
This transition metal costs a lot
But women don’t care where it’s bought.

Platinum is number 78
Any women would want to receive that on a date
It offers a great silver-ish color
Which doesn’t compare to any other.

Platinum is in group ten on the periodic table
And any music artist would like to have a platinum label
So if your rich and want some bling
Then just buy a platinum ring.


By Renon F.

Platinum is so shiny and rare,
A shade of Blonde in some women's hair,
Mesmerized and dazed I can only stare,
The Platinum girls are everywhere.

They smile and grin,
They love your tips,
They laugh at the jokes,
That cross from your lips.

Platinum metal and Platinum people,
And Platinum plants and Platinum boll weavels.

Platinum is great.
By J P Karr

o platinum the morning i learned i was of your tribe
was fateful, for indeed my fragile body
is crafted of platinum. bright metal!
rings and pendants hold jewels cupped in your essence:
platinum, gem-bearer.
By Quil

Equal Parts Platinum

Bent over the tray
in half light,
I watch the crystals
complete their pact
with paper.
There is magic here
that silver halides cannot match.

Latent images
invisible no more,
appear and give substance
to the alchemy of my desire.
Equal parts platinum
and palladium,
the face that haunts me
appears before me
where once there was none.
By Samuel E. Sims

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