Mathematics of My Mind

My mind is an irrational number
I wonder.
Goes on an on
boundless and senseless
Full of variables it is
each waiting for a value
to get defined
in this incalculable mess
of my indeterminate mind

Or is it a discontinuous graph ?
with ups and downs
but suddenly,
gets stuck at one point
staring ahead
just a void
I know my destination
but where’s the path ?
No excuses, create one.

Don’t put limits
on this indeterminate mind of mine
O let my imagination
touch infinity!
But do tell me,
Will I ever know
the roots
of such a complex mind ?

Β© 2020 | Prerna |

142 thoughts on “Mathematics of My Mind

  1. Wonderful !
    Knowing the different world of complex without drowning into its negativity leaves open the sequence of an unpredictable expotential series that submits itself to another different world….numbers are angels…they don’t die, they only play with life…life conceives a space…a bouded space with unbounded sequence….of knowing how the root lies between two ends…. fallibility of its discreet inditity, perhaps, bears the essence of its becoming something less than a number and somewhat more than a dot….
    You words and imagination do sacred magic in weaving such a rich poem…

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  2. “The equation of your mind force nations to fraction *&* the Scales *&* Justice balance Equal upon the percentage of rounding off 98 to the nearest hundredth as you invert *&* turn division into multiplication modifying innovation!”- Van Prince


  3. Every polynomial has the same number of roots as its degree, the roots can be real or imaginary. And since your mind is ‘complex’, which includes both real and imaginary, you can be sure that there are all the roots you gonna need. You just need to figure out the degree of your mind’s polynomial.πŸ˜…

    Now, about the poem- it’s amazingly creative and surprising, in many ways! Kudos and keep writing such ‘Mathy’ works!✨

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  4. I really like your beautiful blog. A pleasure to come stroll on your pages. A great discovery and a very interesting blog. I will come back to visit you. Do not hesitate to visit my universe. See you soon. πŸ™‚


  5. A wonderful poem, so intelligently describing what we know about the brain. It is the least understood part of the human body. As a well-known doctor at Cambridge University explains: ‘We don’t know how the brain of a worm works, let alone that of a human. The brain of the worm has just 302 neurones with 7,000 connections, by contrast, the human brain has 100 billion neurones and 100 trillion connections. You can begin to see the size of the problem.’


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  6. Lovely Thoughts!!! Mathematics is the language of universe and poetry is what epitomizes the brevity of literature, and this beautiful blend of yours provides a perfect harmony, and we can connect with the rhythm of your profound thoughts at play. After all, life is a complex equation and the best way to live is to simply it.

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