A Mathematical Rhapsody

A Mathematical Rhapsody

A Poem by Raj Sahu
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This poem shows the sentiments of a mathematician towards his lover in mathematical form.

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I doubt; Can I live long rather?
As we both are parallel lines, which do not meet each other.

To understand you is a task very hard;
Before that, the problems of Mensuration I will regard.

Expressions of your face frequently deviates,
That the comprehension of sine and cosine alleviates.

Our only meeting of love made me disappoint.
It was like a tangent that meets a circle only at one point.

I promised you there that all your expenses I will afford.
As I am the diameter of my family circle, which is the longest chord.

My love towards you will truly suit.
It is a quadratic equation of real root.

In your friend circle, I was too your friend.
But I was like an Arithmetic Progression's term of the end.

Your deception make me full of sorrow,
My life becomes as a cylinder hollow.

In your love, I myself dangle.
I act as an unknown value of an angle.

In your life, I am one of the obstruction.
It seems to me that I am an endless construction. 

© 2017 Raj Sahu


Author's Note

Raj Sahu
It is a little weird and humorous.

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“In your love, I myself dangle.
I act as an unknown value of an angle.

In your life, I am one of the obstruction.
It seems to me that I am an endless construction."

I should really applaud this work of you for both of its parameters- unique and humorous. I am really startled how one can knit a poem, a poem of love, through the central theme- Mathematics. It is really an amazing work. Somewhere I find rhymes a little odd, but it's effect outshone by this amazing love comedy. Thank you for sharing.

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Raj Sahu

2 Years Ago

Thanks from the core of my heart!



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Math was always my worst subject, but I like the way it is used metaphorically in this one. The symbolism is unique and makes its point well.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Raj Sahu

1 Year Ago

Thank you!
WOW... I can never Imagine love and maths together. You wrote really good and this is the one of the most best poem of you I ever read.

I like the main concept behind your poem. This poem is a perfect to show your creativity and imagination to the world.

My fev. lines are:
I promised you there that all your expenses I will afford.
As I am the diameter of my family circle, which is the longest chord.


I received so many read request from you.
But, I was inactive since few months so, I can't reviewed your work that time.
I hope you understand it.

Anyway, thanks for sharing and I love to read this and Enjoyed a lot.
Keep writing! : )

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Raj Sahu

2 Years Ago

I thank you from the depth of my heart. 😊
Even though I mostly hate math, there is much to love about this piece.

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Raj Sahu

2 Years Ago

Thank you! 😊
Ah...I really liked it..And actually to be true its not weird but rather unique...And it really requires a lot of creativity to make such a poem...Seems like you like maths a lot and that is the reason you can make such a poem ....Keep it up...Good job..
Keep on writing..

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Raj Sahu

2 Years Ago

It's very ironical but I hate maths. Thank you very much.
Riddhi

2 Years Ago

Oh..Do you really hate maths????
Raj Sahu

2 Years Ago

Yup! It's true
Wonderful love it- yes it’s all in the addition and subtraction- multiplying ad dividing that love comes to be- not always easy to balance the equations but the results are sometimes worth every word sum and quantity unexplained- love can be a real mystery - only to be calculated by real geniuses- sometimes better to just go with one and one is two...🌹

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Raj Sahu

2 Years Ago

Thanks a lot dear!
‘Thoughts In Time’🌹

2 Years Ago

Pleasure🌹
I love the lines "My love towards you will truly suit. It is a quadratic equation of real root." and the lines, "In your friend circle, I was too your friend. But I was like an Arithmetic Progression's term of the end." They really spoke to me about how love from someone can be true, and how friendship is like family, until one false turn.

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Raj Sahu

2 Years Ago

Your words are so true. Thank you so much.
Ace Jaxon

2 Years Ago

no problem, just trying to be honest
thankyou for your awesome poem showing mathematical and love intertwined. I like it, its diferent.
thanks for entry into romantic competition. still going through many entries yet!
thanks again good luck


Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Raj Sahu

2 Years Ago

Thank you very much.
Julie McCarthy (juliespenhere)

2 Years Ago

Ok welcome
Among all the poems written by you, this is the best. The way you connected your situations with these mathematics is wonderful.

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Raj Sahu

2 Years Ago

Thank you so much dear!
This is a very good poem! I love how you used math terms when talking about love. This is very well written and I absolutely love this! Sorry, I like math so I'm a bit of a math geek. Great work none the less!

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Raj Sahu

2 Years Ago

Thanks a lot.
I like the measure of love through mathematics...well written....

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Raj Sahu

2 Years Ago

Thank you.

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Tags: Maths, Love, Sorrow, Humour, Lines

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Raj Sahu
Raj Sahu

Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh, India



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Myself Raj Sahu from the historic town of Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh, India. I had completed my high schooling with flying colours from Choithram School, Indore in Humanities stream and was first in or.. more..

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