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Math Poems | Examples of Math Poetry

Math Poems - Examples of all types of math poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for math.

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Imaginary Numbers
Anybody can consider this statement as moot: Negative real numbers cannot have a square root. When working with real numbers with values less than zero, the squared product will be positive; so where do you go? In a parabola,...Read More
Categories: math,
Form: Rhyme



Number Nine
What is number Nine? Three plus three plus three plus three equals nine Kya hai number 9 Aik dafa aik aur 4 bar 2 equals 9 Ye kis cheez ki pehchan hai? Ye pehchan hai numbers me akhovat ki Ye pehchan...Read More
Categories: math, power, strength, urdu,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Oregon Dept of Education
In Oregon, they’ve gone too far In terms of education, Instructing teachers hoping to Prevent discrimination. A course designed to tackle Racial tendencies in math States that “getting the right answer” Sends kids on a toxic path. Requiring the students to Display...Read More
Categories: education, math,
Form: Rhyme
The Art Of Cross Examination
Add a in b Multiply c with d Divide e with g Compare and contrast p You will get t. Note. You have mastered it....Read More
Categories: art, extended metaphor, math,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member You Do The Math
You Do the Math David J Walker Such is the cost of Granting another day Travel another step away Down A longer path You do the Math Scribbled and quibbled On every empty calendars graph Adding it up unable...Read More
Categories: allegory, math,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Ode to Odd
Three’s not the one but marks the start, Well rounding up the winners’ chart. It glorifies three musketeers, It uplifts with three jolly cheers. Three plus some – is quite entangled Pertaining not to” love triangle” – I dare to deem...Read More
Categories: math,
Form: Rhyme
Tested on Algebra
You give me questions. Most of which I can answer. Tested. Algebra......Read More
Categories: math,
Form: Haiku
homework
homework dear son please hear us please take the handle of the tool hewn from our lives you need but pick it up to reap what we’ve sewn to understand - to see the value in the flat page and yet you...Read More
Categories: math, 3rd grade, children, homework,
Form: Suzette Prime
Twenty-seven
Twenty-seven is eighteen plus nine. The difference of thirty less three is fine. If you're not a fool, and you stay in school, it's the square root of seven hundred twenty-nine! ...Read More
Categories: math,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member New Math X a Equals Aging
New Math X a Equals Aging David J Walker You are only 21 once You are only 22 twice You are only 23 three times And 24 by 4 Before you realize you are thirty And next week 40 Taking the fast...Read More
Categories: age, math,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Pairing Procedure
Paint coat gloss of stigmatised strategy Ink print format dishonourable dastardly Rewriting total emotional reliance on romantic target solo Mistakes made eradicate match develops purely personal Necessary structure supports test criteria Shifted not by storm of hormonal hysteria Flattery, female...Read More
Categories: allusion, culture, dance, math,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Prospector Prospers
Succumb to a rabbit hole, avalanche perception Compiles tiles sliding, interchanging hues Collapses cement rigidity command of tension Cube covers corners interior cog subdues Determined digits dive in darker dire dimension Coming to glinted dug river bed treasures Coalesce of...Read More
Categories: math, art, conflict, culture, encouraging,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member alph: a bettor
- our reality bubbles move in all directions in a 4d soda glass and burst - poetry soup is a gamble ...of legible randomnessess... of letter markings upon which ...the writers and readers... agree as to meanings ...that lend a comprehensive... order...Read More
Categories: absence, analogy, math, perspective,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Fractured
Fractured What are we to make of five over three improperly? Ah, convert to one plus two over three, properly. Yes, but what now of one plus two over three? ‘Tis a most proper one over three of...Read More
Categories: 6th grade, humorous, math,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Know v No
Of saints, it has been said, It takes one to know one. Of demons, it might be said, It takes 1 2 no 1....Read More
Categories: math, caregiving, culture, health, humor,
Form: Free verse

Specific Types of Math Poems

Definition | What is Math in Poetry?