BlogsThe Fibonacci Series is a numerical progression starting with zero and one, where the succeeding numbers result from the previous two added together:
But how about a
Rare, geeky form of poetry?
THAT'S exactly what happened after Gregory K. Pincus, a screenwriter and aspiring children's book author in Los Angeles, wrote a post on his GottaBook blog (gottabook.blogspot.com) two weeks ago inviting readers to write "Fibs," six-line poems that used a mathematical progression known as the Fibonacci sequence to dictate the number of syllables in each line.
0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, ...
Fibonacci poetry, at least as defined by Gregory Pincus, consists of 6 lines, the first of which is 1 syllable, and the last of which is 8 syllables. (Zero is actually the first element of the Fibonacci Series, but Fibs start at one for obvious reasons)
Here is my humble offering:
died, and was buried.
rose; we are justified forever!
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