# The Two of You

Seldom does one see

the two of you apart

The whole of you is found in two

that have become as one

For one is two except by choice

if two cannot be one

The math is strong

and quite the figure

That describes the function

as if to square the problem

But math and life are none the same

save for its course of action

If two is one for reasons sake

then functions are illusions

Formulating festering calculus

mastering minds of co-sine

Ha! you say it cannot be

to root out the problem

Yes, but see it can be done

if one applies the problem

High school math is not the same

as if the function tarried.

But when the teacher taught

the proper value

It became all the more clear

for the student and the number

The same it is to be

not more and none the less

If figures rounded out apply

so the two of you can remember

## Comments 2 comments

Hi George;

I know now why you said what you said on mine only poem(?).I can only say this one is actually a poem with some message and poetic vales.

I was never any good at math, but I like this poem. I love the painting of the birds, by the way. :D