Camacy Melville

Rookie (8/13/90 / Brooklyn, NY)

Me plus You equals Us


One plus One is Two
I need to be with you
Two plus Two is Four
I don't want you to slip away like some people did before
Four and Four is Eight
Your kindness, caring and all you do is so much for me to appreciate
Eight and Eight is Sixteen
I really felt special when you told me that I was your queen
Sixteen and Sixteen is Thirty-Two
I tried and tried to think that this was all a joke, but then i realized that what you say is true
Thirty-Two plus Thirty-Two is Sixty Four
I want you like noone ever before
Sixty Four plus Sixty Four is One Twenty Eight
I think and hope that you are my soul mate
AND One Twenty Eight and One Twenty Eight is Two Fifty Six
Our bond is so strong that it doesn't matter how many numbers you add together it will never be stronger than THIS............

Submitted: Saturday, April 29, 2006

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  • Rookie Brian Dorn (4/29/2006 10:27:00 PM)

    Camacy, nice job on the math! Actually, the poem was really good too... and I like how you incorporated the math to make your point! Very creative! !
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