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Sunday, December 19, 2010


Fervently believe that mathematics are the representation of perfect order, the sound balance and the divine presence of a higher order. Our daily life revolves supported by mathematical events that go unnoticed, but not so obvious no longer stand the man.
From throwing a stone into the river, flying on airplane or shopping at the supermarket, mathematical expressions come to life with incredible precision.
Felitzia Tornello is passionate about that magic. That is why I want to present a beautiful poem to one of many ways that mathematics has to be present in our hearts.
Clarify that a fractal is "a rough or fragmented geometric shape that can be split into parts, each of which is (at least approximately) a reduced-size copy of the whole," called self-similarity property.

Snowflake is your nest. Image, illusion.
Your infinite shape moves me inside a world
where there are not lies neither falsehoods.
The man you called fractal.

Exquisite geometry in which I find
The true, indivisible, plain, unique.
You emerge like abstract idea,
more yet, remain like life test.

Almost nobody knows you.
They see you trough a transparent crystal,
but only those whom believe in you,
can see your divine eyes.

Poem by Felitzia Tornello


  1. What a beautiful post, Debrah. I love fractals although math was never my strongest subject. They're just amazing. Love & Blessings!

  2. I believe deeply in the poetry without words that sustains the Nature. This poem is a great symbol of how the words are only the conduit to admire this perfection: The Fractal.
    Warm greetings to Felitzia:
    Yurgen Latier

  3. The fractal theory has evolved to the point of view that a fractal is the physical component of nature. This means that a cloud, a stone or a bird feather, are composed of fractals.
    However, beyond the scientific concept, is the beauty and strength of Felitzia Tornello's poem. I think it is a poetic gem of nature.
    With affection:
    Arturo Juárez Muñoz

  4. AWESOME inspirational imagery and photo, and I believe a sound statement of Creation. :D

    Thanks for adding my blog to your site. What a great surprise. :D

    Hugs, JJ

  5. Dear Nancy (Nature Nut/JJ Loch):
    Share expressions is a very rewarding practice. When I read the kind words of special people like you, fills me with joy and enthusiasm.
    Stretch your thoughts to Felitzia, who contributed the poem is the subject of this blog entry.
    Your friend as always:

  6. Dear Arthur (Literalia):
    I appreciate your wisdom words and way of thinking. I hope sincerly interchange expressions and thoughts with you.
    Warm greetings:

  7. Dear Yurgen:
    I apologize about my retard in thank your kind words. I guess both, You and me have similar visions of Nature. Totally agree with your thought related with the Poetry without words.

  8. I want to thank you for your beautiful words and express my deep commitment to each of you and with the literature. Probably my issues may seem complex and strange, but I consider it fudamental take a look at expressions that lie in the bowels of the world in which we live.
    Felitzia Tornello

  9. It seems a very poetic style, depth and sense of responsibility towards nature. Today more than ever, men need to change their way of seeing the world.

  10. Dear Rodrigo:
    In effect, the Nature is suffering a great damage. It needs us.
    Thanks for visiting my blog:

  11. maths i do not profess to understand, nor can i claim to have a passion for it. yet i live by rhyme and rhythm, which is, maths. don't understand, but not complaining either...

  12. Dear Shadow:
    I like your words, your frankness and your kindness. You has become a very special person in my horizon.