Freelance editor and math-geek Sam Hartburn offers at her website a fun-to-read poem on this topic. The first stanza is offered below, followed by a link to the full poem text -- and a recording.
(not) Squaring the Circle by Sam Hartburn
So I had this circle, but I wanted a square
Don’t ask why, that’s my affair
The crucial aspect of this little game
Is that the area should stay the same
Ruler and compass are the tools to use
It’s been proven impossible, but that’s no excuse
Many have tried it, but hey, I’m me
I’m bound to find something that they couldn’t see
So, here we go
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Hartburn's complete poem (and recording) may be found here.