It’s quite chilly,
And this occurs in a rain-foam
How will Mercury live?
It dares, scared on the first day.
“How misty, sticky, chilly, foggy.”
“Yah!” it says, breathy in freezing smoke.
Look, like particle pieces of grinding rain.
See, so slippery.
Water, melting easy in the rain-foam.
Chilly, misty soap-foam.
Hi! Rain, with a slight rib.
A cloud formed and dropped,
Like chicken feed on the ground.
“Well,” Mercury says,
Rain-foam gets intense.
From rain to solid, a sublimation state.
Wa! Makes legs and fingers dried.
Iced body stiffening.
How will Mercury’s elements resist this condition?
It always condenses,
Yet leaves no trace marks on the ground.
Mercury knows this fury.
This moment’s nature,
Liquid in character.
A rain nature, but trying.
“Wa! It scares,” Mercury says.
How surprising for Mercury to see the twin rains.
Looking down, up, he was a bird flying.
“Wonder,” Mercury says.
“Too much glittering light to see
Like constellation stars.”
Terrifying. Like a tunnel, hollow.
No light or sun rays.
Emerging in and out of its tube hole,
A chemical reaction solution.
Mercury is atomic number 80.
It looks forward.
It is very brittle, flexible, a combination of hydrogen and water molecules.
Lovely in element,
Not easy to catch.
Life! Mercury believes in its destiny.
How it exists, uniquely.
Sometimes Mercury is one of twenty elements
In the Periodic Table.
But the least reactive in the reactivity series,
More than the usual elements,
Mercury is attractive and most valuable.
Look into it!
Shiny, it reflects rays to blind others.
Crystal in its nature.
Not supporting reaction,
Neither keeping things quiet, smooth.
Element reaction in stability.
Mercury sees life as a challenge,
But keeps its destiny firm
And easily interactive.