Winning Racing Horses, Go Running. Jump Over. Falling Fast-Jumping. By Salie Davis
Racing * Horses. = Horses!
Horses, * Horses = Running,
Running * Horses, = Fast!
Fast * Horses = Racing Over,
Racing Over * Horses. = Go Horses!
Go! Horses, * Horses, = Over Running,
Over Running * Horses = Racing Horses Fast!
Racing Horses. Fast * Horses. = Horses Jump Over.
Horses Jump Over! * Horses = Jump, Racing Horses
Jump, Racing Horses. * Horses = Racing, Winning Horses, Running.
Racing! Winning! Horses Running, * Horses! = Horses Winning, Running Fast!
Horses Winning Running Fast, * Horses = Running, Winning, Jumping Over…
Running! Winning! Jumping Over, * Horses! = Fast Racing Jumping Horses!
Fast Racing Jumping Horses, * Horses = Racing Over. Go Fast! Running,
Racing Over, Go! Fast Running * Horses = Go! Horses Falling… Over Fast.
This Mathematical riddle poem was born both literary and numerical. Each word represents a number, 0 through 9 and the pattern is repeated until all numbers appear at least once.
When solving the mathematical aspect the formula is,
word(s) representing (a) number(s) * word(s) representing (a) number(s) = word(s) representing
All punctuation is ignored.
When reading the poem, ignore the multiplication symbol and the equals sign.
The solution is an algorithm of doubling.
1 X 2 = 2, 2 X 2 = 4, 4 X 2 = 8, 8 X 2 = 16, 16 X 2 = 32, 32 X 2 = 64, 64 X 2 = 128, 128 X 2 = 256, 256 X 2 = 512, 512 X 2 = 1024, 1024 X 2 = 2048, 2048 X 2 = 4096, 4096 X 2 = 8192, 8192 X 2 = 16384, 16384 X 2 = 32768