Many math-loving folks gather periodically at meetings called G4G (Gatherings for Gardner) to celebrate the life and contributions of Martin Gardner (1914-2010) -- a versatile author whom I know best from his "Mathematical Games" column in Scientific American -- a column that often connected math and poetry.
Here is a link to the YouTube channel for G4G Celebrations -- a place to view presentations of ideas that honor the spirit of Martin Gardner. For one of the recent meetings of G4G (online due to Covid), graphic artist and designer of recreational mathematics puzzles, Kate Jones, offered a visual and poetic presentation entitled A Periodic Table of polyform puzzles.
|This is the 3rd slide of Jones' presentation, "A Periodic Table of polyform puzzles"|
This link leads to a pdf of the 29 slides of Jones' presentation and this link leads to a 24-minute PowerPoint recording of the production; eventually this event will be available on the YouTube Channel noted above. Jones describes this creation in this way: It’s like a very condensed book on the subject; using rhymed couplets allowed for even more compact delivery of the information. She adds: at the gamepuzzles website, the various individual items in the puzzles can be seen more simply.
Here is a link to an earlier posting in this blog that includes a Fibonacci poem by Jones -- created for the 2016 meeting of G4G.