Naveed Akram (15 December 1973 / London, England)
Circle And Triangle
Stinging and duelling are happier quests,
For to learn and inspire is a prize.
This prize beats the questions,
To ask the polite wonders is likely.
Tangents are drawn and a circle closes,
Trigonometry embraces me with zeal
As it encircles me and designs with me,
Like triangles of zebras and cows.
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