Summer Day Fibonacci

Sun
Light
Blazing
Beating down
Travels ‘cross the sky
Westering sun sets sky ablaze
Twilight descends over the sweltering cityscape
Mercury slowly starts descent
Sleep without blankets
Marine layer
Dawn
Clouds
Cool
Drizzle
Quenches earth
Apollo rides forth
Quiet gray gives way to bright blue
Clouds burn away under onslaught of blazing summer
Mercury begins its ascent
Enjoy the sunshine
Play outside
Keep cool
Heat
Sun

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About Andrew

I'm a Christian, American, liberal, geeky, thoughtful, Northwest-transplanted Angeleno husband, father, and pundit who writes about anything he can think of.
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3 Responses to Summer Day Fibonacci

  1. Scott says:

    Why does this poem looks like Madonnas bra circa 1995?

    • Andrew says:

      LOL. Actually, it’s funny. I also posted on Undead Poets Society. The spacing came out differently so it looks like the Cisco Systems logo there. But the fibonacci sequence is in the number of sylables in each line.

  2. Eric Reeves says:

    Good stuff. I’ve never seen a piece like that before.

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