Stanley Oguh

Rookie - 164 Points (06-06-1992 / Lagos, nigeria)

Mathematical Love


Dear Love,
I may not be good with words
because my English
is not fluent, but What I feel deep
inside my heart
persuades me to express myself
mathematically. Every time I see u, u
simultaneously divide my life into
two equations. Because my
feelings for u cross -
multiply on a daily basis, u inspire
me to be greater
than zero. Your smile keeps me in
touch with the
special angles of my heart. You
make me feel relaxed on the X-
axis where Y is equals to zero. When I come
across u, I feel like I'm turning like
a parabola and
meet you on the turning point
where I can utter 3
words to you. Words that describe the mid point
of my heart. Without u my heart is
like a semi circle.
Because
u stole the other half. I will
appreciate if we could come together and solve for x so
that we both
stop to be vertically opposite and
start to be
corresponding angles. I know u r
intelligent enough to understand that when it comes to
trigonometrical
world, we r all positive in the first
quadrant.love you so much

Submitted: Thursday, June 20, 2013
Edited: Thursday, June 20, 2013

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