Fibonacci's sequence of numbers
Here's how this poem format works.
Fibonacci's numbers start like this: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13...The first two numbers were provided, after that, the reader must figure them out. Easy enough in the beginning.
Poems can be any length, but must follow the syllabic count as suggested by Fibonacci's numbers.
Here's one that I pulled from the visual thesaurus, which also provided me with this new way of writing poetry.
how I feel
for the Nintendo
sitting in the Gamestop window.
Now I'll try some of my own:
Will heal the broken
Hearted, the bone weary trav'ler
Who finds the universe an alien oasis
Yet stands beside every other castaway and waves to sweet Jesus, my Nazarene
parce que je suis libre.
Tu es libre, aussi. S'il tu plaît
m'aimer, mon cher, mon cher. Tu es libre de m'aimer, belle.
Sex in bed tonight
After a full day of foreplay.