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MetaVerse
Jul 25

If he's a she

& she's a he,

& y + x

is race + ***,

& men on Mars

obsərve the stars,

& Wuhan's flu

was made for you,

what is the price

of tea & rice

in China*if*

your neck is stiff?

& she's a he,

& y + x

is race + ***,

& men on Mars

obsərve the stars,

& Wuhan's flu

was made for you,

what is the price

of tea & rice

in China

your neck is stiff?

Felix Andlar
Jul 23

18 kisses on your lips, and one in your cheek;

As your two eyes look up from resting on the 17 muscles that comprise my shoulder.

I think of you three times and hour, every 16 hours I grow older,

Every one of my 15 glances of you make all four chambers of my heart weak.

Let every finger from my hand caress you for the next two weeks.

Let every single word of this sentence kiss you half a dozen times.

Let every note on the music scale sing 12 romantic songs that rhyme,

Because in every phase of the moon, like the Apollo that landed, it is you I seek.

My love for you is a logarithmic fact,

having as many lives as a mischievous cat.

As your two eyes look up from resting on the 17 muscles that comprise my shoulder.

I think of you three times and hour, every 16 hours I grow older,

Every one of my 15 glances of you make all four chambers of my heart weak.

Let every finger from my hand caress you for the next two weeks.

Let every single word of this sentence kiss you half a dozen times.

Let every note on the music scale sing 12 romantic songs that rhyme,

Because in every phase of the moon, like the Apollo that landed, it is you I seek.

My love for you is a logarithmic fact,

having as many lives as a mischievous cat.

For my 19th anniversary. Every line adds up to 19.

Man
Mar 8

I ask you, what is math?

What are equations?

Factored life.

I charge it is living,

Senseless pained observations which we must make

So as to live another day, so as not to perish early

And die before a just time;

The degrees of life are right.

Man must stand *****, stiffen your spine,

But remain relaxed.

Straighten out your ethics, your morals;

Never forget from where you came.

Your ancestors, this planet.

That you are just in another herd.

No really different than any other animal,

Only in our intelligence.

Which is itself, a gift.

So give thanks to mother nature.

She could use it

What are equations?

Factored life.

I charge it is living,

Senseless pained observations which we must make

So as to live another day, so as not to perish early

And die before a just time;

The degrees of life are right.

Man must stand *****, stiffen your spine,

But remain relaxed.

Straighten out your ethics, your morals;

Never forget from where you came.

Your ancestors, this planet.

That you are just in another herd.

No really different than any other animal,

Only in our intelligence.

Which is itself, a gift.

So give thanks to mother nature.

She could use it

Christopher Westra
Jan 8

In the Bitcoin mathematics

The equations work just right

They add up perfect every day

And they do the same at night

Adding data to the Timechain

Like clockwork, line by line

A ledger of all transactions

And it always adds up fine

Yes, the Bitcoin mathematics

To adjust the block creation

Keeps it close to six per hour

Though spread across all nations

And the math for bitcoin halving

Is elegant, exact, and true

It keeps the issue limited

Which adds up for me and you

Trust the math and trust the code

As Bitcoin keeps on growing

The equations add up neatly

So our money keeps on flowing

The equations work just right

They add up perfect every day

And they do the same at night

Adding data to the Timechain

Like clockwork, line by line

A ledger of all transactions

And it always adds up fine

Yes, the Bitcoin mathematics

To adjust the block creation

Keeps it close to six per hour

Though spread across all nations

And the math for bitcoin halving

Is elegant, exact, and true

It keeps the issue limited

Which adds up for me and you

Trust the math and trust the code

As Bitcoin keeps on growing

The equations add up neatly

So our money keeps on flowing

You can see this poem on a background here - https://www.bitcoinpoems.pro/delivery081BitcoinItAllAddsUp.html

The bitcoin supply formula is on the background, with some explanations. The math just keeps on working.

The bitcoin supply formula is on the background, with some explanations. The math just keeps on working.

Oskar Erikson
Nov 2023

boy math dictates

(id stay indebted to him.)

to be loved

(id gift it to him.)

is to settle up.

(id come knocking to collect for him.)

that to be

(id might be nothing but charity for him.)

owned

(id liquidate any asset asked by him.)

is being willing

(Cash or Credit?)

to owe.

(id stay indebted to him.)

to be loved

(id gift it to him.)

is to settle up.

(id come knocking to collect for him.)

that to be

(id might be nothing but charity for him.)

owned

(id liquidate any asset asked by him.)

is being willing

(Cash or Credit?)

to owe.

Gandy Lamb
Oct 2023

0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89,144,233,377,610,987, 1597, 2584, 4181, 6765, 10946, 17711, 28657, 46368, 75025, 121393, 196418, 317811, 514229, ...

The numbers keep getting bigger, time keeps passing, and I get closer to death. I need a faster way to find the nth fibonacci number, or I will starve to death. I will use dynamic programming to find the nth fibonacci number in O(n) time.

public class fibonacci {

static int fib(int n)

{

int f[] = new int[n + 2];

int i;

f[0] = 0;

f[1] = 1;

for (i = 2; i <= n; i++) {

f[i] = f[i - 1] + f[i - 2];

}

return f[n];

}

I have now found the nth fibonacci number in O(n) time. This represents the fact that if we put our minds to it, we can overcome any obstacle in our way. However, this dynamic programming uses O(n) space, and could be improved to O(1) space. This represents the fact that there is no such thing as perfection, and honing our skills is a lifelong process. However, since I found a polynomial time solution to this problem, I won't starve to death before finding the 10000th fibonacci sequence. This is good, because it represents the fact that African children won't go hungry anymore.

The numbers keep getting bigger, time keeps passing, and I get closer to death. I need a faster way to find the nth fibonacci number, or I will starve to death. I will use dynamic programming to find the nth fibonacci number in O(n) time.

public class fibonacci {

static int fib(int n)

{

int f[] = new int[n + 2];

int i;

f[0] = 0;

f[1] = 1;

for (i = 2; i <= n; i++) {

f[i] = f[i - 1] + f[i - 2];

}

return f[n];

}

I have now found the nth fibonacci number in O(n) time. This represents the fact that if we put our minds to it, we can overcome any obstacle in our way. However, this dynamic programming uses O(n) space, and could be improved to O(1) space. This represents the fact that there is no such thing as perfection, and honing our skills is a lifelong process. However, since I found a polynomial time solution to this problem, I won't starve to death before finding the 10000th fibonacci sequence. This is good, because it represents the fact that African children won't go hungry anymore.

I did it. I found the nth fibonacci number in O(n) time.

Abeer
Apr 2023

Ticking away, the time that owes us blood

A distinct galaxy must have

Lipsticks for men and women to kiss where they didn't **** little children and destroy cities

Now again

It's good to hear yourself far away across the street

The softly spoken death sentence

Then screams of abstinence, reoccurring tones of vocal chords tearing up to merciless stretch.

It's a huge shape to draw by a poor weary man

So he decides to join the twisted fate of craze

And then he is forced to the back

The demon whispers "sorry we are full of ordinary man, we don't need more murderers"

Put that thought next to problem 8, a bunch of scribbled lines

A distinct galaxy must have

Lipsticks for men and women to kiss where they didn't **** little children and destroy cities

Now again

It's good to hear yourself far away across the street

The softly spoken death sentence

Then screams of abstinence, reoccurring tones of vocal chords tearing up to merciless stretch.

It's a huge shape to draw by a poor weary man

So he decides to join the twisted fate of craze

And then he is forced to the back

The demon whispers "sorry we are full of ordinary man, we don't need more murderers"

Put that thought next to problem 8, a bunch of scribbled lines

Felix Andlar
Dec 2022

You life, sinusoidal,

with it's ups and downs,

Touches with cosine mine:

once when it's up,

once when it's not.

And I long for that eternal range,

for you to stay in my domain.

with it's ups and downs,

Touches with cosine mine:

once when it's up,

once when it's not.

And I long for that eternal range,

for you to stay in my domain.

Trigonometric love

Melody Mann
Dec 2022

Arbitrary numbers scatter her mind's surface,

Operationally stunted she scurried,

For no deviation could solve the turmoil vested within,

It was hope vested in the cosmos,

An escape adorned in constellations,

The unwinding of a student.

Operationally stunted she scurried,

For no deviation could solve the turmoil vested within,

It was hope vested in the cosmos,

An escape adorned in constellations,

The unwinding of a student.