Friday, March 14, 2014

PI HAIKU & PI-KU

Π Haiku   5.7.5

Repeat. This number
is irrational—perfect
infinite numbers.

Perfect circumference
is highly overrated.
Pi is randomness.

Squaring the circle:
Never within this lifetime.
Transcending the spheres.

Mathematic constant?
Transcendental squared circle
never repeating.

What's irrational?
Pi: infinite by design
circle ratio.

No common fraction
Π rolls to its own rhythm
never to repeat.

Decimal pattern
never ends, never repeats
itself—like others.

Randomness? Prove it.
Impossible transcendence
too, is rational.

Transcendence of Pi
impossible to challenge
or solve with numbers.

To square the circle
space / time: a continuum
an aglow rhythm.

Compas or straightedge:
what would Archimides do
to square the circle?

Wheels of the bus go
round and round and round
never to be squared.

Infinite series
10 trillion digits later
still no end in sight.

Irrational no.
No integers need apply,
nor common fractions.

No number repeats.
What is Pi's musical score?
Random color notes.

Immeasurable
statistical randomness
Pi r square, are round.

A vulgar fraction?
Only infinite nested
fractions dressed to the T.

Giza pyramid
squared circles, did they eat Pi
cornerstone cubits?

King Solomon's pool
was 10x30 cubits
sacred reflection.

Did Pi birth control
use algorithm methods
or polygonal?

Or did Pi use the
approximation method
fertile math sequence.

Give a polygon
infinite corners, will it
ever absolve Pi?

Even infinite
sums can't find enlightenment
in Pi's equation.




Π KU  3.1.4

This number
is

irrational.

Who called you
a
common fraction?

Randomness
is
transcendental.

Q T Π
a
sweet circumference.

Squared circle
a
spheric thought.

Circumference
is
overated.

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