Short
Math
poem by
Steven McDonald Details

Y\=X
(Y does not equal X)
Think about it
Copyright © Steven McDonald  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
A.O. Taner Details

One is love,
Zero is everything else.
Copyright © A.O. Taner  Year Posted 2016

Short
Math
poem by
Paul Geiger Details

Haiku equals Math
A Binomial title
Syllabically
Copyright © Paul Geiger  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
Ronaldo Vigo Details

reset at zero
all things homogeneous
return and be one
Copyright © Ronaldo Vigo  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
Ronaldo Vigo Details

recursive divine
echoing structures bygone
return to the mind
Copyright © Ronaldo Vigo  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
Paul Geiger Details

arc  parabola
life  our parabolic bow
ends that never meet
Copyright © Paul Geiger  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
James Fraser Details

Aha, plumb at last
Eventually reaching,
Perpendicular
Copyright © James Fraser  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
Paul Geiger Details

simplify, he said,
simplify, simplify all—
ah—thoraeu's lemma
Copyright © Paul Geiger  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
Ronaldo Vigo Details

endless memory
direct links are not enough
when patterns subside
Copyright © Ronaldo Vigo  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
Paul Geiger Details

Singular square
Seeking others
Sew to become
Snuggable quilt*
Copyright © Paul Geiger  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
Diana Bosa Details

Sum this all up: mind
zeroing in on that you
can't be zeroed out.
Copyright © Diana Bosa  Year Posted 2017

Short
Math
poem by
Paul Geiger Details

Little piggy eyes
Large man, self assured, loud voice
Breakfast comes and goes
Copyright © Paul Geiger  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
David Whalen O Haolin in ancient Celtic Details

Energy can not
Be lost… Tis fact! so whence goes
our souls when we die?
Copyright © David Whalen O Haolin in ancient Celtic  Year Posted 2015

Short
Math
poem by
Paul Geiger Details

Brown
Brown
Sugar
Eggs, butter
Flour, spice, mix, shape, bake
Hi! Raisin eyed gingerbread man.
Copyright © Paul Geiger  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
Paul Geiger Details

My soul is unique
Your soul is unique
Their souls are unique
All souls are unique
God?solely unique
Copyright © Paul Geiger  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
Robert Lindley Details

Probabilities
fallen fruit exists
earthen harvest and ground meet
jars in the pantry
Robert J. Lindley ,07242014
Copyright © Robert Lindley  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
Paul Geiger Details

Shasta Daisy  Fibonacci form
White
White
Yellow
Showing off
Burbank's creation
Pick—he loves me, he loves me not.
Copyright © Paul Geiger  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
Gerald Dillenbeck Details

When is not zero
merely negative chaotic dissonance?
So then,
why is not(not)
positively regenerative MidWay confluence?
Copyright © Gerald Dillenbeck  Year Posted 2017

Short
Math
poem by
Paul Geiger Details

I beseech you in
the bowels of Christ
think it possible
you may [really] be
mistaken [just wrong]
Copyright © Paul Geiger  Year Posted 2015

Short
Math
poem by
Paul Geiger Details

1, 6, 10, 9, 6, 3, 3, 4, 7, 1, 5,
8, 8,
We
Opined
Vigorously
Worked
And
The
Home
Chicken
Was
Saved
Peckings
Peckings
Copyright © Paul Geiger  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
Paul Geiger Details

Love
Love
Lovers.
No soft word,
As people think but—
Cruel and tearing—a man sitting
In a rocker, most troublesome of all to woman
Copyright © Paul Geiger  Year Posted 2014

Short
Math
poem by
Nayda Ivette Negron Details

An equality
Consisting of one or more
Variables to
Determine the values that
Satisfy as solution
342016
Copyright © Nayda Ivette Negron  Year Posted 2016

Short
Math
poem by
Mario DE PAZ Details

Mathematicians
Use a complicate language
Hard to understand.
Things are quite simple
When are thought in simple words.
No mathematics?
Copyright © Mario DE PAZ  Year Posted 2015

Short
Math
poem by
Dean Wood Details

The roundest knight in Camelot,
(And, I learned this by inference),
Gained his girth by eating PI.
The King dubbed him Sir Cumference!
Copyright © Dean Wood  Year Posted 2017

Short
Math
poem by
Nandita Das Details

Pythagoras once fell off a ladder
And landed on a venomous adder
This adder couldn't add
Calculus made it sad
Algebra and theorems made it madder.
Copyright © Nandita Das  Year Posted 2015
