Australian poet Richard Scutter has online collection of his own poems (this link leads to a chronological listing) and of favorite poems (go to this link and scroll down) by himself and others. Here are samples:
each one bending
to a heavenly plus
couple greater value
1 + 1 = 3 + ...
... and serious if a series starts
but the minus of hell
when one leaves
2 – 1 = 0
a stanza from One and Zero:
. . . while ZERO is a nothing number
circling itself in endless chase
seeking a change in direction
like a snake swallowing it’s own tail
or an open mouth speechless Find the entire poem here.
On this page, Scutter offers links to many more poems (most by poets other than himself -- and a few of them mathematical). For example, "Love's Arithmetic" by Catullus and his own "Christmas Day: A Fibonacci Poem."