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Fatima ... Shahzad

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Life and Maths


Life and Maths
Life is a maths book
full of problems at all levels
some are easy
and can be solve quickly
For some you may
have to rack your brains till
you wish to stay
And after solving your heart will say
that was good enough for today
Then at night you might
have a dream
That you still need to complete your exercise of geometry

With all those twists and turns in your life
this chapter seems very much like a straight line

Then sleepy and tired you woke up next day
to find the maths teacher absent for three days
Your spirits are low
but you still don't want to slow
You go out for a walk
wanting nothing but just a refreshing talk

Then you go back to your house
and study like mouse
At the end of the lesson
you got what its all about

Now you realise where you have been
In this chapter in which you seem so keen

Life is full of problems
we got to solve them
and be happy
just like we solve our maths sum
and beam when the teacher says
'Well Done'

Submitted: Thursday, February 19, 2009
Edited: Thursday, February 19, 2009
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