Why you should read Pi: Poems about Life

Life is short.

But we don’t live in a world where you can’t live forever.

That’s the point of life.

You’re not supposed to die.

Life is like a journey, it doesn’t end with the end of the day.

Life has no endpoint.

And in the universe, everything is always evolving.

Poems are about life.

So we have to be careful.

The next time you see a pi, be sure to read its poems.

Life, like pi, is never predictable.

Life is short, but it doesn’T end in a day.

Life begins in the morning.

Pi is a life cycle, the cycle of life, death, and rebirth.

Life, like Pi, is not a linear progression.

You can’t go from beginning to end in just a few minutes.

There are many stages in a life.

In the Pi life cycle you start out as a small speck in the cosmos, and eventually you get bigger, brighter, and stronger.

You start as a tiny speck of dust, then become a star, and finally a planet.

Life starts as a speck, then you become a planet, then a star.

Life begins with a spek and a planet and you get a spekt and a star and a speket.

The stars are what you call the planets in the Pi universe.

Life starts with a small star, then it gets bigger and bigger, and bigger and larger until you get to the star.

It is a little speck that is just beginning.

Life goes on.

There is no end in sight.

Life has no end.

Life progresses and evolves.

And life, like the pi, does not stop at the end.