Childhood dreams

haunt

its maths talking

numbers dance

when

its maths talking

My son cries

same

when maths talking.

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PS : I was really good at Maths๐

PPS : I do not have a son.๐

This post was prompted @ March Challenge (day 15 – childhood) and the form was inspired from OSI challenge to write a pi-ku [ haiku with syllable count as per pi – 3 , 1 , 4 ]

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Maths dances behind everything, the only example of an omnipresent object, besides god.

Hehe…

PPS was really important??๐ Just kidding…

and nice post๐

Childhood scare,

brought,

it’s all maths.

adulthood washed,

reason,

financial maths,

I don’t know whether this fits in the pi-ku category…

just came to mind.. so wrote it down๐

Lol…I actually felt that way about math when I was growing up. Enjoyed this poem.

LOL, I can so relate!

I liked this…math certainly brings out a lot of nightmares. Nice pi-ku

I was horrible at math so I can sympathize with your son, these were very cute!

LOL!! I still need to find the answers to those maths problems given to me in school decades ago!! It haunts me still๐

Fun pi-ku! I was too late for the contest, but I did celebrate Pi Day in my own way with a Limerick Ode to Pi Day.

A pi-ku is it? Another nifty form I’d never heard of before. A poem of any length could potentially be created, but I don’t recall ever using pi to more than four decimal places. Then again, I was horrible at math. The teachers probably didn’t trust me with larger numbers.

i had maths till my tenth grade, and loved it very much. its a very addictive subject.

fun Haiku.

Ha, this is fun!

I hated maths to the core in my school days .. so could relate to my aunt teaching me๐

Maths is a beautiful subject.๐