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Abacus Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem FactoidMan and ShallowMan - Part 1 Terry O'Leary Rhyme Rhyme abacus, society, truth, universe,
Premium Member Poem That What Was Then Is Becoming And Now Kai Michael Neumann Free verse Free verse abacus, time,
HAPPY NEW YEAR MAHTAB BANGALEE Acrostic Acrostic abacus, happy, new year,
Premium Member Poem How Precious Life Is Kai Michael Neumann Free verse Free verse abacus, growth,
Premium Member Poem Inconspicuous Abacus Duncan R. M. Ferguson Sonnet Sonnet abacus, allusion, humanity, symbolism,
Premium Member Poem Here's Why My CV Needs Work Keith Trestrail Bio Bio abacus, fishing, humorous,
Sam the Centipede Paul Warren Ballad Ballad abacus, children, nature,
Pickled scenery S.zaynab Kamoonpuri Triolet Triolet abacus, allah, nature, social,
Theater of Utter Charm Part 7 Walter Alter Free verse Free verse abacus, how i feel,
Abacus Juliet Ligon Rhyme Rhyme abacus, childhood, education, friendship, happy,
Premium Member Poem Incremental Deficiencies Duncan R. M. Ferguson Verse Verse abacus, word play,
Premium Member Poem Albert Einstein Marilyn Newman Free verse Free verse abacus, tribute,
A secretive beetle with a suitcase jumping around on a train Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? abacus, baseball,
Premium Member Poem Disgruntled Surfer Duncan R. M. Ferguson Rhyme Rhyme abacus, allusion,
some things can be dirty Davin Payne Rhyme Rhyme abacus, care, how i feel,
Premium Member Poem Settled Account Duncan R. M. Ferguson Sonnet Sonnet abacus, thanks,
Angel tell me about humankind Solomon Ochwo-Oburu Acrostic Acrostic abacus, humanity, imagery, philosophy,
Premium Member Poem My Benefactor Duncan R. M. Ferguson Enclosed Rhyme Enclosed Rhyme abacus, introspection, perspective, uplifting,
Premium Member Poem The Skeletons And Songs Of Samsara - 1 Justin Bordner Crown of Sonnets Crown of Sonnets abacus, birth, death, life,
The straightest blade emma green Blank verse Blank verse abacus, anxiety, confusion, senses,
evaporation wow Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? abacus, adventure, assonance,
pathways Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? abacus, anniversary,
pathways Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? abacus, anniversary,
moving a montage Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? abacus, bangla, basketball, beautiful, ,
Sweet Just the Way I Like It Walter Alter Free verse Free verse abacus, angst, conflict, how i
Emergency Meeting of Flat Earth Society Thomas Martin Sonnet Sonnet abacus, earth, humorous, society,
Premium Member Poem My Abacus is You Eileen Manassian Sonnet Sonnet abacus, life, time,
Premium Member Poem Taxable Income Robert L. Hinshaw Rhyme Rhyme abacus, confusion, humorous, may, me,
My Place in the World Amelia Harmon Free verse Free verse abacus, happiness,
TEACHER PRAFULLA SAHU Blank verse Blank verse abacus, devotion,
Premium Member Poem Super Dooper Computers James Fraser Limerick Limerick abacus, computer-internet
Cap Lock Escape Elaine Miller I do not know? I do not know? abacus, computer-internetme,
Premium Member Poem Count on Me Joe Flach Rhyme Rhyme abacus, fathertravel,
For The Sea Nathan Hannen I do not know? I do not know? abacus, love
Befallen Slave Michael Benkhen I do not know? I do not know? abacus, people
Waiting For The Rain(In The Rain) Michael Benkhen I do not know? I do not know? abacus, natureme, perspective,
A Curious History Jayne Eggins Blank verse Blank verse abacus, imagination
' Geometry To Me ... ' MoonBee Canady Light Verse Light Verse abacus, allegory, education, happiness, introspection,
Inside This Heaven Gregory Golden Free verse Free verse abacus, imagination
MATUTINALITY H MANTEL Alliteration Alliteration abacus, computer-internet, imagination, introspection, lost
Thinking Hereafter Claire de la Grange Rhyme Rhyme abacus, death, hope, introspection, life,
the Case Against the moon Johnette Loefgren Dramatic monologue Dramatic monologue abacus, nature,

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Abacus Poem Example

Albert Einstein

As a child, he outlasted the nine-month process and lasted ten months within his mother's womb. Ten months inside made him different than us. 
A child who was classified with brilliant mathematical skills. 
Skills which are widely used by many others within our daily lives. 
Life comes within numeral equations just as Albert explained within his theory with numbers.
Numbers are so common no one knows why
Perhaps If we all study it carefully, we'll know why
Every mathematical number has its explanation 
finding an answer to every solution or problem
Maybe then we will know why.
Mathematics has many languages using alphabets and numbers
No one yet knows how mathematics came to be.
Only Einstein studied every possible solution; No one knows why.
Maybe with a team of mathematical geniuses, we can find out why.
They study harder than others, and we all know why.
They research to find answers and solutions to problems unanswered.
They ideal question is what is the mathematical answer. 
Can you tell me how it came to be?
Do you know why Albert Einstein became such a brilliant man?
Maybe then we will all know
How and why math became to be!
Can you please tell me why math frustrates me?
Math frustrates me dearly, does it frustrate you as well?
Finding answers to solutions irritates me.
When A equals B What is the answer can you please tell me?
It's complicated to me. 
Math is a numeral language difficult to understand.
Only mathematical geniuses know that numeral language
They can surely find out the answer for me.
Maybe the solution is somewhere within the problem.
Perhaps a mathematical genius can find it for me.
A calculator will not make it easier for me
Maybe an abacus can solve the problem for me.
Then I'll know the answer to the problem, because-
it would be less complicated for me.
Math is a figurative language too difficult to solve. 
Only a genius can solve it for me. 
Albert Einstein wrote it for me to see
Maybe another math genius can answer it for me. 
  


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