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A Storm of Poetry for April

Some winters, taking leave,
Deal us a last, hard blow,
Salting the ground like Carthage
Before they will go.
— Richard Wilbur “A Storm in April”


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Pi at ibiblio for Pi Day 2015

Beware of circular reasoning when talking about Pi!

To assist you, we offer these three (plus a bit more) useful resources:

Pi to 1,000,000 places by Scott Hemphill

One divided by Pi (to 1 million digits) by Yasumasa Kanada

Tau versus Pi by Eric S Raymond

Doctor Fun

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Honoring Philip Levine (1928–2015)

In 1994, ibiblian Max Leach and friends took a trip to Fresno, California to visit with Philip Levine and to record him reading and commenting on several of his poems for the Internet Poetry Archive hosted here. We all remember Levine for his poems of apparent simplicity and strength, but listening you hear his virtuosity and control and patterning through sounds and syllabics that give his stories their punch-in-the-gut feel.

Philip Levine

Among the poems are a number of our favorites:

Animals are passing from our lives

What work is

They feed they lion

All the poems and more here at the Internet Poetry Archive.

Internet Poetry Archive

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