Children’s Poetry #3

One of my favourites today.

It’s a dedication to my most loved subject at school. I hope the adoration, reverence and passion I have for this subject truly comes across and that I have done it justice. 

I call this masterpiece,

Maths

Β© 2017 Maria L

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  1. Nice poem. πŸ™‚

    While I love math since I can remember, I have a great hatred of math as a school subject ’cause in my experience, the way they taught it was so boring. They emphasize memorization over immersion, which is stupid.

    Yes, indeed, no one cares if x is equal to y if there is no context behind it.

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  2. Perfect! That’s exactly how I feel about math. (Don’t get me started on logs and imaginary numbers. Or trigonometry. Yikes!)

    I had a math teacher who thought he was so funny. He gave me a Q on one test and a Z on another. Told me E, F, G… all the way to my grades just weren’t low enough. On the Z paper, when we were going over the answers, I showed him one that he’d marked wrong that was actually right. He said it didn’t make a dent in my letter grade, so he didn’t need to bother changing it. So not cool.

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  3. Oh Maria, this is so beautifully written. It is evident you know and love this subject. The rhythmic flow, the rhymes, and of course the hide and seek you play with the subject.πŸ˜„πŸ˜„ It sure did put a smile on my face. It’s not hard to see that you are an amazing writer. I truly loved it.πŸ’•πŸ’•

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      1. Honestly, I wouldn’t have guessed, with the way you coined the lines around those mathematical terms.πŸ˜„πŸ˜„ But I truly enjoyed reading it.πŸ’― Thanks a lot.πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  4. Maths is truly a mathsterpiece. Sorry, couldn’t resist. You hated math? I suppose next you are going to tell us you hated chemistry! I really love how you put your poems on a background. It certainly catches the eye and make people more readily want to read. At least that’s the case for me. I can’t wait to see the next one.

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    1. Sorry, love but yep! I was the epitome of a right brained child!
      Thanks, you know I haven’t done it with all of them but the more I do, the more I like!
      Thank you for being, I’m pretty sure, my biggest fan πŸ˜™πŸ˜™πŸ˜™

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  5. This was me as a kid, too, and me all the way through college/university, lol! I still can’t fathom why I needed to learn any math beyond percentages. My teachers always used to tell me that I’d need things like geometry and algebra a s an adult, and that I wouldn’t always have a calculator with me which was why I needed to learn it. Now I realize that’s just stuff math teachers said so that they’d have a job, lol!

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  6. Oh, how I hated Math too! Thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚ Tell me, are you Brazilian too? I thought of the possibility because you are Maria.

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