by Dan I Am
A poem with a word count on each line that reflects the 1st 16 digits of pi.
|Pi are squared.|
should “pi” not be
Unlike pi, pies are round
and flaky and filled with something tasty, like cherries.
the number has no actual shape,
but a mathematical value that
can be used
to find a circle's area.
So if you want to find the area
of a cherry pie, you just measure its radius
(not its ulna), square it, and multiply that by
pi, a number that doesn't taste at all like
it contains cherries.