The calculus is nothing but literature,
The solutions are poems, read to be understood,
Like stage play constantly practiced to nurture,
The skills needed by engineers of the future.
Of the literature has the brilliant Shakespeare,
Our calculus has a Newtonian atmosphere,
With the thinking of these genius luminaries,
Explored even the deepest human mysteries.
We can say also that calculus is a prose,
Whose thoughts are grasped and lessons are imitated,
By which the author tries to impart and propose,
The noblest virtue their work ever stated.