tribdog said:Here's a quickie, by me, use it if you want it:
To graph mathmatic knowledge
is a simple calculation.
With addition at the bottom
further up to integration.
The line that charts my learning
isn't straight, as you will see.
My upward move took quite a curve
thanks to geometry.
Then came transcendental functions
and my upward climb was spent.
Until I had a breakthrough
helped by Texas Instrument.
I took a little tangent
for a required humanity.
It was a pain that fried my brain.
asked pi, I answered "Three?"
Now I think I'm back on track.
All sines are in ascession.
I postulate my learning curve's
an infinite progression.
I don't know is ascession is even a word, but I couldn't think of a -sion word that meant upward movement, give me a little while.
Brilliant piece, Tribdog. Your next one was good too.