Lately, (well, to be more honest, for a long time) I've been trying to find a way to use a sort of mathematical formula in writing poetry. Lately, (again!) it's been of a geometric kind. I would consider the various elements/dimensions/devices of a piece of work and try to create something that is.... Hmmmm.... I can only say (becuase of my terrible vocab!) Wholly multi-dimensional. By that, I mean an existential poem where anyone - or nearly anyone - can relate to it in some subjective sense. The first obvious division is of the gender kind - and then of it's various roles and sub-divisions. My general idea (so far) is to use opposing opposites to force the reader into an intermediate dimension, and so, an effect of increasing union of "Beauty" is created. Understand? I hope so, becuase this is driving me crazy!! Does anyone else have experiance with this sort of thing???