Joining the mathematician's delirium to the poet's logic'': Mathematical Literature and Literary Mathematics by Rita Capezzi and Christine Kinsey
How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Count the Ways for Syllabic Variation in Certain Poetic Forms by Mike Pinter
Computational Compulsions by Martin Cohen
Jeffery's Equation by Sandra J. Stein
The Math of Achilles by Geoffrey A. Landis
And here, from Gizem Karaali, is a poetic view of the process of mathematical discovery: the blank white page, the muddy flow of thoughts, the clarity that eventually (sometimes) blooms:
The Colors of Math by Gizem Karaali
White in the beginning --
color of the empty page
scribbled frantic illegible
ants scurrying about on snow
I Blue blaring screen a blinking cursor . . .
A mild early spring breeze --
sniffling red nose
blood on your manuscript
red like anger red like hate
---Would you like some carrot cake?
burn your fingers stain your notepad
it HAS to get muddy and brown before it blooms
From Math. Intelligencer 35 (1) (2013), p 4.