Naveed Akram (15 December 1973 / London, England)
Spirit Of Numbers
To be spirited away justifies the soul inside,
A blunder rationally undoes the web of sorrows.
Another solving session is required to object,
The backwards religion has appeared.
One spirit aptly supplies the soul,
A real rectangle may be drawn;
The knowledge of a mathematician
Undoes the words seemingly.
To be one spirit is likely to be a cross
And not a tick, but two ticks are fine,
With three and four and five being great,
Like the old days of wonderful thinking.
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