A mathematical poem


Beautiful ballerina

Crowned by fate

Dancing in the night

Eyes searching for her mate

Fans throng the tiered galleries

Governors, ministers and viceroy

Humbled, she cries

Inebriated with


9 responses to “A mathematical poem

  1. @jahnabi
    the number of words in the lines follow the sequence 1,2,3,4,5,5,4,3,2,1.
    each line starts with a different letter, and if you take numerical equivalents as A=1, B=2, C=3, it is an arithmetic progression with common difference=1….
    yeah…..m off my mind……..too tired of studying so much maths……

    @kylie, nishi

  2. wonder why no one asked me why i said it was indigenous… i mean.. if you mistook it for ingenious.. cant help it..
    ah! Such is life!

  3. Quite interesting.. for d first time i have read something of this sort on a blog… looked kind of a puzzle to me.. thanx for d explanation!! i cud hav nvr guessed it myself.. bt does d poem as a whole convey some meaning? i slightly doubt it does..

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