Oh, Pi in the sky

Why oh why oh why oh why?

Seriously. Why?

Lucy in the Pi

With or without diamonds

Is not a drug song

Pie is delicious

Whether Chicken Pot, or Moon

Pi? Tastes like digits

Moon Pie, num num num

Marshmallow and chocolate

Pi, you have been pwn’d!

My average Haiku

Takes a minute to write;

A lifetime for Pi

Ever heard of this:

Have your Pi and eat it too?

No, it makes no sense

Obsessive thinking:

It might help write Haiku

But it’s annoying

Pi does no thinking

Nor do I when I “Haiku”

Mindless, simple, duh

What’s worse than haiku?

Making an error in math

My cousin says so

Calculus? No thanks

It’s name means stone in Latin

Not fun in kidney

Haiku is not math

But Pi is pure poetry

Do you understand?

When your flying drones

Math accuracy is key

Watch out! Friendly fire!

3.141

5926535

89793

Haiku is not math

You just count the syllables

Maybe it is math

The beauty of Pi

Is not in the formulas

Snark snark snark snark snark

The beauty of Pi

Is beyond mathematics

Proof is in the… Pi

Two times Pi times r

Just wander in a circle

Back where you started

Around a circle

Pi times so on and so forth

You end up nowhere

Divide Pi by One

And you will have Pi again

Never too much Pi

Pi Haiku is fun

Circumference over radius

It just never ends

Radius times Pi

The result tells you how far

Around the circle

The number starts with

3.14159

It goes on and on

KURT BIEHL ©2013

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## About Køt Biehl

I am a psychiatrist in private practice with 25 years experience in multiple settings including long-term inpatient, acute inpatient, partial hospitalization, outpatient, hospital consultation, long term psychodynamic psychotherapy, brief psychotherapy, and even electroconvulsive therapy. I am board certified in general psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine.
My interests are many. I bore easily. I am fascinated by shamanic healing, particle physics, quantum theory, Schubert, Brahms, Schoenberg, Jung, Reik, Pynchon, Proust, Mark Strand, John Berryman, Richard Feinman, Wharhol, Pollock, Kandinsky, Miro, audiophile stereo reproduction, rocks on the beach, and small shiny objects.