The problem seems simple enough —

the calculus of desire

Part of the love songs collection


The problem seems simple enough —

solve: you ∩ me for certain specific values of you,

and the variable me.

It’s an old problem, unproven, by the wisest

Math isn’t my strongest suit, but

i keep trying to prove this theorem:

For the variable me

& certain specific values of you, the intersection of you and me

exceeds its input values —

the calculus of desire.

Mila (Jacob Stetser)

Mila is a writer, photographer, poet & technologist.

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  1. You know that you have the correct equation when the sum of the variables is greater than when the variables stand alond. Usually there is some type of multiplication that is involved, and you end up with a neat little product that will need you for at least the next 18 years-but usually longer.

    Jackie Stetser