A journal that I love to browse is the Journal of Humanistic Mathematics -- and recent quarantining has been a bit like my youthful experience of being "snowed in" and thus having extra time for reading. At the JHM site, I was drawn to this article by Robert Hass, "John Cheever's Story 'The Geometry of Love'." Before reading Haas' analysis, I sought to read the original story -- available here (a pdf-file of its appearance in 1966 in The Saturday Evening Post).
Short story writer John Cheever (1912-1982) and JHM author Robert Haas explore (with some humor) the question: how can Euclidean geometry help us find our ideal world of truth and happiness. Read and enjoy!
Since this is a math-poetry blog, I add a tiny rhyme of mine:
The Geometry of Love
I like the intersection line
that your plane makes with mine.
For lots and lots more fiction-with-mathematics, visit this wonderful website maintained by Alex Kasman of the College of Charleston.