Love poem in The Equation of Love

Mathematical metaphysics about love and verses from a typical Valentine's love poem from a beating heart to a stunning lady.

Cover of the PDF The Equation of Love. Vase on black table.



Author: José Tiberius

Technical assistant:
Susan Sedge, Physics PhD from QMUL




Before broaching the equations and other relatively easy concepts, let us look at an illustrative example of the complex relativity of poetry through verses of a typical St Valentine’s poem. It goes from a palpitating heart to a magnificent mademoiselle, who has requested discretion regarding an innocent visit to her lodgings.

What secret verses does the palpitating heart’s poem contain?

Beating heart

The palpitating heart will lead to a free translation of the love poem in the blink of an eye.

The name of the lady would improve the poem’s consonant, conceptual, and temporal rhyme. It could even be that the love poem is a real story of poetry and madness in an imaginary world.

There are two more poems, the Angelical poetry on the page about Gravity acceleration and another one about a family interpretation of the Love Equation. In this case, it refers to a particular type of poetry and unconditional love, that is, the paternal/maternal love.

  • Love of Physics and Time

    The Equation of Love emerged from mind games or contemplations of the possible quantitative parameters affecting love. Even love is not precisely a quantifying variable, but rather the contrary, some situations modulate it; suffice to recall Romeo and Juliet’s love poem as a classic example.

    After discovering the foundation of the Conditional Evolution of Life, it was quite a surprise to see how the Equation of Love could have severe repercussions in the field of Modern Physics. In particular, the analytical result of substituting the value of the mass in Newton’s Law of Gravity for its equivalence in Einstein’s famous E = mc² –originally from Olinto de Pretto.

    I had always wanted to write about the poem of the relativity of time, so it was impossible not to write the book despite its technical difficulty. It was a genuine opportunity to learn unintelligibly.

    Afterward, the paper split into two books on Mathematical Metaphysics and five on Future Physics, to better organize and present the ideas, keeping in mind the different points of view about such a versatile topic.

    The present book develops from the perspective of metaphysics, and even though I consider scientific time absolute, there is always a love poem where it can be as relative as one wants because we are entering the world of subjectivity.

The illustrated poem is an example of the Plutonic style characterized by conceptual rhymes, something like a mixture of divergent and convergent thoughts that show the beauty of the wild intelligence of love.