- gauri nadkarni choudhary

# Math and me

*All through my childhood,*

*I battled this demon math,*

*It will be useful in life,*

*Just about everyone said that.*

*Angles, proportions and equations,*

*Endless steps to sort the mess,*

*All that effort and stress,*

*Just to prove LHS equals RHS.*

*When life started its lessons,*

*It disproved everything hence proved,*

*No equations were equal,*

*All probability was doomed.*

*The opposite sides of equal to,*

*Were never really equal,*

*You give more and get less,*

*That law was universal.*

*And let's not start with angles,*

*Never did I learn so many names,*

*Life has too many of them,*

*Inside or outside they are never same.*

*Maybe like math you just need practice,*

*Proving my math teacher correct,*

*The more I try in life,*

*Someday hardwork and luck will intersect.*