Pi Poetry
There are several popular poems about pi that have been written over the years. Here are a few examples:

"Pi" by Wislawa Szymborska  This poem, written by the Nobel Prizewinning Polish poet Wislawa Szymborska, explores the mystery and wonder of pi, and its significance in mathematics and science.

"Pi" by Kate Tempest  This contemporary poem uses the number pi as a metaphor for the infinite and the unknowable, and explores the human desire to understand and make sense of the world.

"What Pi Sounds Like" by Kelly Budruweit  This poem uses sound and language to explore the rhythm and patterns of pi, and the way it seems to reflect the natural world.

"Ode to Pi" by John C. Traupman  This lighthearted poem celebrates the joy and playfulness of pi, and the way it connects us to the larger universe.

"Pi" by Lillian Morrison  This children's poem uses playful language and imagery to introduce young readers to the concept of pi, and to spark their curiosity about mathematics and science.
These poems offer a creative and imaginative exploration of pi, and can be enjoyed by both mathematics enthusiasts and anyone who appreciates the beauty of language and poetry.