The Cunning Linguist, a poem by Lee Dunn at

The Cunning Linguist

The Cunning Linguist

written by: Lee Dunn



Gimme those geometries,
those triangles and squares,
Dimensional anomalies,
to tesseract my cares.

Compasses and sliding rules;
protractors are the rage.
And, adding and dividing tools
put answers on the page.

So, at my desk, I’m bent upon
the solving of equations.
This genius that borders on
the softest of invasions.

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