by Kerry Sayers & Natalie Hitchin

A poem is written on a piece of paper which has parallel sides and right angles. A good poem must have a firm circumference and good reflexes. A poem must be acute as well as obtuse. The divisions of a poem can be added, multiplied or subtracted. You should always consider symmetry. As Einstein would say: Isosceles, isosceles, isosceles. The odd poems that do not make sense should be reconsidered as a fraction of a diagram. Even poems can be divided easily. However, beware of the average poem,. It has no area, no angle, no meaning at all. A good poet should count and answer the problems of the universe.