Poetry, like mathematics, uses condensed language -- often saying quite a lot in just a few symbols.
POEM by Aram Saroyan
are three are
again. (from Complete Minimal Poems, Ugly Duckling Press, 2007)
REFLECTIONS ON AN AMISH CHILDHOOD by Billy Collins
a little square
in a round hat. (from Musical Tables, Random House, 2022)
This link leads to a previous blog posting with a short (14 syllables) poem of mine AND
with links to poems celebrating five female mathematicians.