Pi for Dessert

Shout hurray for
circular number that makes
possible in otherwise impossible situations.
And now, mathematician, cut me a fraction of pi!

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Pi Archimedes

named for the Greek mathematician who defined Pi, a simpler variation of the Cadae Verse
The first 6 digits of Pi are represented by 6 lines and word count per line
Pi = 3.14159…
Total length: 6 lines
Lexical structure: 3-1-4-1-5-9

Happy Pi Day!

2 Replies to “Pi for Dessert”

    1. Thank you, Jenna. I’ve been absent a long time. I actually wrote and scheduled this poem last year. 🙂 Here lately I’ve been focusing on trying to keep my art business afloat in the midst of the pandemic. But I really miss writing–and reading what others have written. Now that I’ve broken my foot, perhaps I’ll slow down a bit and get back to blogging. I can do that sitting down. 🙂 Granted, I have to get through another art festival this weekend before changing gears.

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