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Geometry Garima Behal If thoughts had their geometry, Would ours meet? Like intersecting lines? At some point In a distant plane, Mine abscissa, your ordinate, And together, we A bracket unto ourselves, The definition of a full stop in eternity!
Or would they go parallel, still, Even in those dimensions, Like the asymptotes we are – Never to meet, but to keep Running together by each other’s side Chasing infinity?
If thoughts had their geometry, Would ours be confined between Point A and point B Like the two ends of one segment of a line?
Or would they grow exponentially, Reaching out with wide, open arms To embrace a forever that lasts; And, extend, unhindered by Distance, space, and time?
If thoughts had their geometry, Could we build a circle out of ours? A circle with no beginning or end, But just an endless middle that melts Unto its self…
If thoughts had their geometry, Would this world be large enough? A plane where we lay our thoughts down Into words, characters, feelings, prayers, hopes – Like plotting precision onto neat squares of graphs?
Or would we need a bigger area To encompass them all? An always upsurging curve As thoughts tend to infinity?
If thoughts had their geometry, Would Mathematics be richer, simpler? Tell me, stranger, would it still Not make sense to you? 

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