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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

My Mathematics Afflatus

I abominate math, heaven only knows what’s wrong
Then suddenly you came and made me strong
Imbuing my senses to make and contend a solution
That stirs me every moment of your discussion.

Your cogent style in teaching always catches my attention
Gazing at you saturates me to hark with emotion
The lessons you taught are no longer onerous in my imagination
Cause you seek ways in maintaining my profound concentration.

I owe everything to thee in sharing your sagacity
It would be a vestige that I comprehend without perplexity
Studying this subject defies me to explore with curiosity
That renders me vigor to have an infinite vitality.

Ye are truly an affable molder who’s replete of knowledge
Your dedication will leave an indelible imprint as my pledge
Assuring thy that I will never lose pall in admiring you
Cause you are my afflatus, I’ll honor you!
Reinz Acasio
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