SMALL THINGS

No mathematical concept stands alone,No fraction even to the nth degreeBut is related, linked, is an associate,Commensurate in import with summation,Within the accurate science of the whole.

And so it is with objects all aroundThat may appear but fractions, little worth,Until discernment sees that they are linked(As semiquavers form a melody)In purposes that mold a compound whole.

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