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Rated: E · Poetry · Nonsense · #2268042
A poem with a word count on each line that reflects the 1st 16 digits of pi.
Pi are squared.
But
should “pi” not be
“pie”?
Unlike pi, pies are round
and flaky and filled with something tasty like cherries.
While pi
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) and multiply that by
pi, a number that doesn't taste at all like
it contains cherries.
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