I find the end and then cliché

Can you help but end on a note
that everyone has heard before
a canon that resonates across history
to be assured that all that came before
will be loved, as the Romans loved it
because that's the only way to be sure 
that your meaning will follows the line
that's been drawn long past, Pythagoras I think
and comparisons are inevitable
and irony is cynical
there is a way to put it 
simply and directly
without adverbs
according to noun and verb
with adjectives chosen without morality
that extends what we started, didn't we
and ends up at the beginning
or something like a loop
circles and shapes and quadratics
making imaginary numbers
rooted in rectangles (equal-sided, of course)
and the square is a branch
of a geometry that you loved 
generations ago
whereas the middle
doesn't matter, because you forgot
except that last part
the concluding sentence
the final, end, epilogue
saying that we had a moment
and that was forever.