Pi Poem

Pi Poem

sad I don’t.
I would celebrate us
within smile and
smile together.
willingly abandon
now to you.
surprise when
rhymes in rhymes
(now she secretly
ate my bubbles)
airstream sight
of altitude applause.
give a scarecrow
a twisty seduction
and celebrate
lit dismays, ‘k?
Written in Durango, Colorado 2012
Author’s note: In succession, each word contains a number of letters significant to the numbers in Pi, in order.

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