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And Baby Made Three

Someone born today Back in 1936 Would be 81 1936: All three multiples of three Within its digits* March is the third month 27 is three cubed (3 x 3 x 3) I need hardly say 3 x 3 x … Continue reading

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Proportion Control

It’s not irrational to think That (if I look) I’ll find a link Between my RDA of pie And my circumference, since my Allowance (Daily, Recommended) Tends to leave my gut distended. Blame that third parameter: I AM my own … Continue reading

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Bedtime Story Problem

Alarm goes off at half past four Which means that if I start to snore The instant I lie down in bed I’ll sleep X hours. In my head I solve for X, no fuss, no strife. That’s algebra, and … Continue reading

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You Can Make About 242 Sonnets With The Leftovers

One thousand haiku Use one third of fifty-one Thousand syllables

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Every(Now+Then)

Every now plus also then I run into that wall again– My proto-verses all begin With these words: Every now and then.

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Ten Days Late

I had a verse about the rain Involving math and God I thought was clever. What a pain To find my math was flawed.

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Monday One

Happy Monday! How’d it go? One down, fifty-one to go.

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