An nonconformist amateur poet. CQ has traveled throughout the world. CQ lives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest where CQ can be found living life, watching the salmon run in cold rivers, and enjoying the mountain air.
Of Algebra and Geometry, I fail at X and Y, of Calculus and Trigonometry, the curve is topsy-turvy. These numbers and that alphabet, a language inconceivable. Coming to class I do regret, the answers unachievable I search both high and low for where beta lies, it might under Ceva’s Theorem, near the Law of Sines. Of lines and slopes and areas, they give me a fright, my classmate turns to look at me, I know, I’m wrong, you’re right. Finals await, my freedom at stake, my stomach in butterflies, I fear the day, I laugh and pray, I live a truthful lie. The day is here, confidence is rife, I walk away, an 88 is bright, The moral of the story is, you study hard at night, cause once you taste a piece of pi, the answers come to light.
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