A Mathematical Relationship Poem by Suraj Samtani

A Mathematical Relationship

Rating: 3.9

I now realise the value of time.
In less than a quarter, our distances have been multiplied.
Our communication has been divided.

In the moments to come, I hope to add more special memories,
And subtract the obstacles of our relationship.

May the intensity of our love be inversely proportional to every wave that falls in the Niagara.

May our Love for each other expand into the universe, and
May it be then integrated with the Higher Source
Until time reaches infinity, and beyond.

Jasbir Chatterjee 12 April 2009

Love and Maths do not always go together, but you have put it all so beautifully in a poem. Well done! Keep it up!

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Indranil Bhaduri 19 September 2012

Beautifully expressed in a very different way. Loved it.

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Pranab K Chakraborty 19 September 2012

Fantastic idea of calculating abstract. Yes, mathematics can't reach the extreme, but it could put a valid proximity of attending what we should know by conscious....Nice experience of reading.

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Anita Sehgal 19 September 2012

very very interesting... amazing presentation!

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Hunter Hunters 19 September 2012

Hey, i can see the mathematics in you, the angles you used in the construction of words is clear, weldone. If u don't mine take a few minute of ur time and bisect my angle of poems(festus, the fluke, faith ect...) for me.

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Chinedu Dike 21 February 2015

Very brilliant, using mathematical variables to quantify and qualify a romantic relationship is poetically very remarkable. It's a lovely poem, well articulated and nicely penned. Thanks for sharing. Please read my poem MANDELA - THE IMMORTAL ICON.

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Akhtar Jawad 19 September 2014

May the intensity of our love be inversely proportional to every wave that falls in the Niagara. If intensity of love varies inversely according to waves, the product of intensity and wave will remain constant, i.e., if the waves will be on lower side the love will be on higher side. If so poet means the waves that affect love and friendship should decrease so that love may increase. A nice idea, i liked it.

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Prasanna Kumari 19 September 2014

love mathematically expressed is well written and beautiful with a universal appeal...

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Kay Staley 19 September 2014

It doesnt really sound like a poem because of 0% rhyme scheme. Just a friendly hint: It would look better if you changed the format on this sight...you dont have to change what you wrote, just hit enter more often and it would look more orderly. The first two paragraphs go along nicely with the name and idea, but the last two arent very good. The references in them are so off the wall and its hard to understand why they are there. If it was longer with more paragraphs like the first two, and had at least a semblance of the rhyme scheme, it would be much better. On the positive side, it is a good idea and has appeal for its unique (mathematical) view.

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Oduro Bright Amoh 19 September 2014

Very very interesting to read. Keep it up

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