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**Place a +

in there, all devil

-may-care, and you’ll add

a little sumthin’.

How many x

does it take to multiply

the love we break

to nothin’?

Give a –

some room, and

*boom!*you’ll subtract

the things we need

to minus.

All things being =,

it’s really our *words *

that constantly

¸ us.

..

*Equationed for Poetic Asides. *

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I like the creativity of this.

LoveLoveLoveLoveLove! I’m wondering if there’s a magazine or site for maths inspired poetry. If not, we should start one!

I found an article, to start with: https://www2.math.uconn.edu/~glaz/My_Articles/PoetryInspiredByMathematics.Bridges10.pdf

Awww. Thanks so much, Angela. I loathe math, but I love math inspired poetry! 😉

The blog I shared contains links to even MORE math poetry than it already has.

And a blog: https://poetrywithmathematics.blogspot.com/

If you’re interested and not yet familiar, be sure to check out a form called the Fibonacci!

LOVE this poem!

wonderful – clever.

Thank you, all. This one was fun to pen.

Such a fun poem. I’m challenged at math, to say the “least, ” so perhaps I appreciate this one the most.