What is a perfect number poem?

The perfect number sequence is, 1+2+3=6, 1+2+4+7+14=28, 1+2+4+8+16+31+62+124+248=496.I decided to write a poem using the mathematical rules of perfect numbers.It includes sentences ranging from one word to two hundred and forty eight words.The challenge was that these last two sentences are required to be of substantial length in order to achieve the mathematical formula that … Continue reading What is a perfect number poem?

American Alliterations Continued

Delaware, Dotted dunes, Delicate Delights Distinctive diversity, Dupont, Dutch, democracy Delightful Daffodil Diamonds. Florida’s Fusion for flavors, Fruit, Fish, Flavorsome Festivals, Fragrant Flowers Flourish, Fanning Fronds, Family Fun Fairs Feathery Flamingos Frolic Flamboyantly, Fascinating Fantasy Gentle Giant Georgia, Graceful Gardens, Grand, Genteel Gullah, Grits, Gravy, Guitar Gospel, Golden Grandeur Garrulous geese, Genuine Gregarious Gusto!

The world is a canvas, poem, and constraint comparison

The world is a canvas The world is a canvas, painted With colors that shift and dance, A masterpiece in motion, By the hand of time, its trance. Each stroke of nature's brush Adds depth and vibrant hue, From sunrise's golden rush, To the skies' changing blue. With each passing day, The canvas takes on … Continue reading The world is a canvas, poem, and constraint comparison