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Poem and the notices below it by Avijeet
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Just hilarious. Do you study in class X, Avijeet? this poem is there in the curriculum of std. X of maharashtra board.


Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth,
And danced(2) the skies on laughter silvered wings;
Sunward Iíve climbed(3) and joined the tumbling mirth(4)
Of sun-split clouds(5) and done a hundred things(6)
You have not dreamed ofóWheeled and soared and swung(7)
High in the sunlit silence(8). Hovíring there(9)
Iíve chased the shouting wind(10) along and flung(11)
My eager craft through footless halls of air.
Up, up the long delirious(12), burning blue
Iíve topped the wind-swept heights(13) with easy grace,
Where never lark, or even eagle(14) flew;
And, while with silent, lifting mind Iíve trod
The high untrespassed sanctity of space(15),
Put out my hand(16), and touched the face of God.

1. Pilots must insure that all surly bonds have been slipped entirely (including catering vehicles and aerobridges) before aircraft attempts take-off.
2. During periods of severe sky dancing, crew and passengers must keep seatbelts fastened.
3. Sunward climbs must not exceed the maximum permitted aircraft speed otherwise may stall.
4. Passenger aircraft are prohibited from joining the tumbling mirth.
5. Pilots flying through sun-split clouds under Visual Flying Range (VFR) conditions must comply with all applicable minimum clearances.

6. Do not perform these hundred things in front of Flight Operations Inspectors.
7. Wheeling, soaring, and swinging will not be attempted except in fighter aircrafts.
8. Be advised that sunlit silence will occur only when a major engine malfunction has occurred or if some engine has exploded.
9. "Hovíring there" will constitute a highly reliable signal that a flight emergency is imminent.
10. Forecasts of shouting winds are available from the localmetrological dept.briefing unit. Encounters with unexpected shouting winds should be reported by pilots to ground controls.

11. Pilots flinging eager craft through footless halls of air are reminded that they alone are responsible for maintaining separation from other eager craft.
12. Should any crewmember or passenger experience delirium while in the burning blue, report to your flight engineer upon flight termination.
13. Windswept heights will be topped by a minimum of 1,000 feet to maintain Visual Flying Ranges minimum separations.
14. Aircraft engine ingestion of, or impact with, larks or eagles cause bird-hit which
may be fatal should be reported immediately and must make emergency landing.
15. Aircraft operating in the high untresspassed sanctity of space must remain in earth's atmosphere flight regardless of meteorological conditions and visibility.
16. Pilots and passengers are reminded that opening doors or windows in order to
touch the face of God may result in loss of cabin pressure.Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth

The best of us sometimes have to eat our words


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ur right it was my 10th poem

Light travels faster than sound...thats why people appear bright, until you hear them talk!
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