Out of nowhere a BANG takes place
Energy and matter now exist in space
Positive, negative, normal and dark
Atoms and strange particles, including the quark
Time is born; and its arithmetic
The cosmic clock makes its very first tick
Entropy increases, with empirical truth
Universe expanding, throughout its youth
Attractive forces come into play
Gravity, one such, holding sway
In gaseous clusters, suns start to glow
Forming heavier atoms in their fiery throe
Worlds coalesce from cosmic dusts
Atmospheres, weather, primordial crusts
Eons passing in galaxies rife
Goldilocks zones, permitting life
Normal matter, of which we’re made
Dark stuff, more common, cannot be weighed
Its job, invisible, to hold things in place
As we hurtle through the cosmos at a frantic pace
The Pope is Catholic.
Triangles have three sides.
The first cup of tea of the day tastes best.
There is suffering in the world.
Too many cooks spoil the broth.
The ceiling of self-worth is fixed by your upbringing.
Your spouse/partner can be right.
You can kick the habit.
Politicians are honest.
Lying can be for the best.
Children should be seen but not heard.
Karma feels real.
Buttered bread lands butter side up when dropped.
Lottery winners deserve what they get.
You can make an omelette without breaking eggs.
Age brings wisdom.
The path less travelled is better.
You are right.
Pets are a good thing.
What goes up must come down.
Little, but often, is better.
Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.
Kindness has its own rewards.
Up to half the clothes in your wardrobe don’t fit anymore.
Your queue is slower than the others.
There is light at the end of the tunnel.
You will be younger tomorrow.
Our minds can comprehend the universe.
Someone knows EXACTLY how you feel.
One more won’t hurt.
There are some victimless crimes.
St Swithun’s day works.
Every cloud has a silver lining.
Nature’s variations are somewhat formal
In mathematical terms, this is quite normal
Populations differ in similar ways
Pleasing to a statistician’s gaze
Organic aspects of our nations
Conform to standard deviations
Few data lie at each extreme
Most in the middle around the mean
Four quartiles cover the distribution
Analysis providing the whole solution
A bell curve puts the facts in order
Arranged beneath a symmetrical border