Science and Love

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Humor  |  House: Poems
Having a little fun mixing rhyme patterns with silly.

Submitted: June 07, 2019

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In the Linear dimensions of an angular world

There is much to be said for the clam and the pearl

And just floating in space with a leisurely pace

Is seldom condoned by the mathematical girl.

 

Your degrees are all wrong she says in a song

And you fractions don’t equate to the whole.

Then she kisses you gently, drives off in her Bentley

As your heart flutters and you cling to your soul.

 

Oh, that your decimals were equating to fractions

And your results could find proof in thorium

But the ladies equate, some early, some late

So what can you do, you can’t live without ‘um.

 

JE Falcon

06-07-2019


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