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Biscuit by Shalin Singh

Shalin Singh | September 27th, 2016 | a poem a day challenge, poetry | 4 Comments

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[tab id=1]Drizzled with snowflakes – its color spectrum is discontinuous, though not offensively so.

Even the geometry of its surface lacks set theoretic definability. One may fall for the rectangular prism argument, but the lack of flatness on its faces: description-less.

Deceptively heavy, its consumption elevates me.

Highly dense, the internal cavity is the prime realization of the divine interaction of divine ingredients.

Overwhelming richness, again; lacking offensiveness.

This experience. I am now changed. I wish to reflect on this experience; and so, retiring to that transcendental place, for I need to be around divinity to reflect on that which is divine.

This poem is a description of the spiritual enlightenment which I obtained after eating one of the most beautifully tasting biscuits I have ever eaten. My great Mathematician friend Cerene brought those biscuits into existence.

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[tab id=2]I am a Pure Mathematician based at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal (UKZN) Westville Campus. I enjoy describing things in a precise, rigorous and mathematically flavoured manner.[/tab]

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