A free radical...
It's amazing how strangers can become friends, but it's exasperating and awfully sad when friends become strangers. It was amazing, how a group came together as strangers and became friends. Then, it separated into many clusters. These clusters actually went on pretty well, satisfied with their groups. However, the situation changed. Many things happened, as if God purposely made it all happen at the same time. It was a series, a chain of bad luck at its extreme. Many people forget what both parties had done to each other, what kind of mutualism we used to have.

And hence, the clusters began to separate again. Consequently, there's only a lone pair left. To be precise, it's not even a group with lone pair, but rather, a 'free radical' now. An element with an impaired electron, extremely unstable trying to find for a pair. What can this 'impaired electron' do all by itself? Who is there to care for this unstable electron when it comes to school? All it can do, is wonder around trying to snatch someone for itself. But, this free radical is really pathetic and utmost impaired, pardon the pun. It's not even able to take anything by force. It's weak, and pathetic.

Looking back at days of compounds and mixtures, it was pretty great. As individual elements, we bond together 'covalently' and 'ionically,' some secondary interactions. But, why must such heat be applied to these compounds? Why must it break the bond? Why did I apply the heat?
I was...so unaware, of what my mind is thinking. Consequently, leading me into nonsensical actions. From a messy mixture, we went into a compound of 5. From that compound, bonds were broken and two elements were set free and reacted with other elements. From the unstable compound as it is, it broke further from 3 to a diatomic atom and a free radical, which is forcefully ripped off its electrons. This free radical, is really depressed now...