Godwin Kavaarpuo

Rookie (Nandom, Ghana)

My Perfect Equation


I fear I will always be lost in this algebraic matrix.
seeking the perfect equation ticking in my heart
rhythmic chords played in my flowchart
illustrating never ending variable mutations
obsessions that never satisfy this super equation

Now I am in my own mathematical circumcision.
identifying variables of my symmetrical equation
complex calculations that equal perfection plus love
multiplied by square root of my time series.
if X is still the unknown variable why should mine exists in duality?
but such is my rationality
my sad probability
the reality of my self induced divinity

Wish the sun would rise at 90 degrees East.
then I could thwart this equation with simple arithmetic
genetic equations that transcend creation
creating models that replicate my reality
then the nationality of my perfect equation is renewed

Submitted: Thursday, June 19, 2014
Edited: Thursday, June 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: Love


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