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In A Relative Theory of Violin

Happiest National Violin Day! In A Relative Theory of Violin by Michael Romani I know it’s all relative but who’s to argue But to play well one must add in divisions of two At least often, if you happen to … Continue reading

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In Sacred Witness

In this season of thankfulness and gratitude, poem #2: In Sacred Witness by Michael Romani Then was a time for counting coup But along the way, I grabbed a clue That just maybe we should be less about glory In … Continue reading

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Word Prompt – Dividend

The ice cream man is not sort of mathematician But with all those flavors, he’s a sort of magician One might say that a few shared licks are a dividend As a payment in kind when shared with a good … Continue reading

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In the Infinity of Pi

Archimede’s Constant is known as a concept by nearly all by Middle School and yet stretches on to what appears to be near infinitesimal digits to what nth of a degree we still do not exactly know… In the Infinity … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: The Tides – Lord Kelvin

“Go, wondrous creature! mount where Science guides; Go measure earth, weigh air, and state the tides; Instruct the planets in what orbs to run, Correct old Time, and regulate the sun;…” – Alexander Pope, Essay On Man Who would have ever … Continue reading

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