March Pi-Archimedes #1

Poem with a mathematical form from Kat

like mercury colliding...

the art of the spiel

i could be
by your idealistic opinions
things like reality and facts
meant anything, but as it stands you seem delusional


For March I’m going all out Geek by featuring a daily Pi-Archimedes poem! Feel free to join me if you like! 😉

The Pi-Archimedes verse is:
○ a hexastich, a poem in 6 lines.
○ measured by the number of words in each line 3-1-4-1-5-9 to match the numerical sequence of the first six digits of Pi.
○ unrhymed.


The background for this series is an Ulam Spiral. The Ulam spiral or prime spiral (in other languages also called the Ulam cloth) is a graphical depiction of the set of prime numbers, devised by mathematician Stanislaw Ulam in 1963 and popularized in Martin Gardner’s Mathematical Games column in Scientific American a short time later. It is constructed by writing…

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Author: pranabaxom

Poetry is my passion. I am not a methodical writer. I have no set topics to write about. What I feel, perceive, think about, I will like to share in this blog. I open my mind to the world. Like the weather, sometimes my poems are cloudy, sometimes stormy. I always like to see sunshine streaming through the leaves of trees, so I hope I can share some of those sunshine with my readers.

8 thoughts on “March Pi-Archimedes #1”

  1. I read it; I was amazed if you able to compose and send in the couple minutes intervening. They say great minds think alike – ours do to. (I got that line from a Hagar comic strip long ago.) 😀

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