Dare {I –am+[(k)no(w – y)ou]}?

You! √☺ who is dissing me, ask nonsense questions, and share garbage

thoughts as ≤ Me;

I always cross over caused disruptions in the sequels

With the exponent n [*b*^{n ] }that never goes away in your mind,

but I am your equal

still I stay *i*^{2} = −1

or better to say √-1

With integral overflow

Sorry, I can’t answer for you why this paradox of an “undefined behavior”

corrupts the language

Turing it into an endless test game,

which kills the end–a poem’s meaning–

splits lovers mirror,

so they don’t any longer touch

rhyming schemes

nor hear their whispering glitched dreams;

but they stare at the kill-screen sky

and glimpses of random fleeting shooting stars;

you don’t know me any more

³√-27 = -3 ?

-3 • -3 = 9

9 • -3 = -27

Except when I touch the middle of Achilles’s half -life

Running like a crab against tortoise

In a heap curve of the exponential decay,

As always, learn the lesson and take me as a paradox;

For I’ve made sure you don’t get me.

I can’t relate very well to advanced Mathematics but can relate (well) to “undefined behavior”, I know that decoded this makes one “integral” poem….

Well said. What’s so funny is that the integral formula in the poem expresses the mathematical operation of the “undefined behavior” and connects with the the syntax C of language programming, the definition in Wikipedia is the following: “In computer programming, undefined behavior refers to computer code whose behavior is specified to be arbitrary.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Undefined_behavior; besides the undefined behavior value and operations are math expressions of operations necessary for programming which involve integers….. So, I am getting there…..

Also, the second math expression is “imaginary number,” and I am very proud of creating the unforgettable metaphor of Half-life of the exponential decay: here is hard math from which I extracted this metaphor http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exponential_decay

I extended a few metaphors, now the poem turned into a love poem….. Can’t help it…..

You are embracing whole-brain thinking….I’m impressed, and you are willing to evolve in every aspect that amounts to a complex equation of love!

It’s getting too complex something like exponential decay. Thanks.