The circle

February 5, 2009
By Poetwhoknowdit BRONZE, New Paltz, New York
Poetwhoknowdit BRONZE, New Paltz, New York
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Why does a circle begin and not end
It's lines are straight, but appear to bend
It's just a spot of blackish ink
And yet it seems to grown and think
And like a window of see through glass
You can see the things that come to pass
It appears to shine, round and bright
The perfect carrier of light
It's just a line of white and black
And yet it has no end or back
It has a circular glow
And makes up the zero, the O and globe
Why does a circle begin and not end?
It's are straight but appear to bend.


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