*Talking-Writing*has been featuring math poems and last Monday they posted my "Skagway Study" -- which follows a style explored in one of my favorite poems by Wislawa Szymborska.

Carol Dorf, poetry editor of

*Talking-Writing*, is a math teacher as well as a poet and her work as well as those of others with math interest are explored in "Wild Equations," the Spring 2016 Issue of

*Talking-Writing*. Here are some links:

**By Giavanna Munafo**

**"Twenty-Four Hours"**

**By JoAnne Growney**"Skagway Study"

**By Alice Major**"Euclid's Iron Hand" and "Bird Singularities"

**By Amy Uyematsu**

**"Three Quick Studies of Math-Art"**

**By Eveline Pye**"Celestial Navigation," "Three," and "The Law of Statistics"

**By Larry Lesser**"Margins"

**By Stephanie Strickland**"Doomed calculations which God acknowledged

Bays with a Stream and Another Both Flowing

All Through Them along Enfolded Paths)"

Earlier this week in an American Mathematical Society blog posting entitled "Math and Verbal Gymnastics," Duquesne University mathematician Anna Haensch also celebrated the join of mathematics and poetry.

The Last Supper.Ritualby Nichita Stanescu (trans. Sean Cotter)I cry before the number five --

the last supper, minus six.