Ellirie Aviles


[((tan36°52') 100) /(√(338/2) -√256) ]-[6pi(17/20) -tan45°(10) ]


60 seconds in a minute, ye 'ave
60 minutes in an hour, we 'ave
24 hours in a day, Each 'ave
366 days in a year, one 'ave

[((tan36°52') 100) /(√(338/2) -√256) ]-[6pi(17/20) -tan45°(10) ],
years I spent & passed.
[((tan36°52') 100) /(√(338/2) -√256) ]-[6pi(17/20) -tan45°(10) ],
years I spilled.
[((tan36°52') 100) /(√(338/2) -√256) ]-[6pi(17/20) -tan45°(10) ],
yet with none.
[((tan36°52') 100) /(√(338/2) -√256) ]-[6pi(17/20) -tan45°(10) ];
Forgotten youngest Capricorn.
[((tan36°52') 100) /(√(338/2) -√256) ]-[6pi(17/20) -tan45°(10) ],
aback the year of mesocricetus auratus.
[((tan36°52') 100) /(√(338/2) -√256) ]-[6pi(17/20) -tan45°(10) ]*[366*24*60*60] moments gone for now,
1; life changed, altered, renewed
1; shoe to wear for all
19^0 new world for readers to travel
96^0 & ∞ of things to know.
Yet I whose life is one for true
had lived a couple of thousand before.

Submitted: Sunday, December 30, 2012
Edited: Monday, December 31, 2012
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December 31,2012 - 11am-12nn
E-Karen Baybayon

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