The Trinity Triangle

Euclid thought about it,

By observing what he saw.

A trinity of dots,

Makes  trinity of angles,

60*, 60*, 60*.

Each part equal in locus.

Each point integral to the angle.

A line times three,

Remains equal regardless of the length.

Three lines make the body of a single unit.

Without the three,

There would not be a triangle.

 

 

 

This poem is about: 
Our world

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