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Poetry #106
(published October 31, 2002)
A Lobster is a Tree
by G. Chartrand and L. Lesniak

the removal of whose end-
vertices produces a caterpillar.

It is not known
whether every lobster is graceful
but, of course, it is conjectured
that this is the case.

This found poem original ran on page 293 of the Graph Theory textbook Graphs & Digraphs, 3rd Edition, by G. Chartrand and L. Lesniak.

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