Unusual Angle


Angles have names:

isosceles, acute, obtuse,

right, and straight.


When I first encountered 

them in geometry they were 

unusual angles, I suppose.


Points that have no space and

arms as infinite "rays" have

merit as triangles and trapezoids

go, I suppose,  but if I can

not see it, how can they be true

or right? Isosceles sounds like a

Greek philosopher. The theories

are obtuse; incapable of going

straight to the point.







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