The fabulous Brian Bilston has written the perfect poem to celebrate Pi Day
The 14th of March is Pi Day, because when the date is written in the American style – 3.14 – it matches the mathematical constant Pi (π), the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. The internet tends to celebrate by doing jokes about pies, pirates and Magnum P.I., but Twitter poet – and the world’s – Brian Bilston, has gone one better, with this beautiful new piece.
π in the sky
He’d think about her
constantly – well, 22/7 –
He even stopped eating.
Then, one day – at 3.14 –
a chance meeting.
Twitter, rightly, loved it.
— Jean Robinson (@jeanrobinson946) March 14, 2019
I love smart people 😍
— ShazzBakes (@ShazzBakes) March 14, 2019
— kim (@Erwhatdidyousay) March 14, 2019
Someone noticed his nod to the vulgar fraction representation of Pi.
Big fan of the 22 divided by 7 you’ve snuck in there.
— Ben (@Quasi_Political) March 14, 2019
It’s true, Brian does write some clever stuff.
Source: Brian Bilston