A St. Patrick’s Day Piem on Pi Day

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Dallas St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival attendees pose at Lovers Lane Station on their way to the parade and festival Saturday, March 11, 2017.

Happy Pi Day.

Today we join the world in celebrating the famous numerical constant pi, also known as 3.14, but with a literary twist.

What do you get when you combine pi (the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter), a poem and St. Patrick’s Day?

A piem about riding DART to the Dallas St. Patrick’s Parade & Festival.

What is a piem? I’m glad you asked — thanks for that.

A piem is a poem where the number of letters in each word mimic the figures in the pi sequence. For our sake, we’ll round pi eight places after the decimal: 3.14159265.

Ladies and gentlemen, riders and pedestrians, I present to you “A Piem as Inspiration for a DARTable St. Patrick’s Day”:

Yes;

a

ride,

a

great

adventure

to

things

Irish.

There you have it. Now, give it a try.

For more information about riding DART to the Dallas St. Patrick’s Parade & Festival, visit DART.org/SPD or call DART Customer Service at 214-979-1111.

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