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For National Poetry Month, I’ll be sharing poetry drafts in different poetry forms.
Today’s poem, a Fibonacci poem:
One by one
Breaking the record
Pluviophiles dancing outside.
© 2014 Jone Rush MacCulloch all rights reserved
March was a big month for rain.
Rain is coming in April as well. Rain, rain… stay away 🙂
For a girl who hates Mathis, she uses a lot of it in poetry.
Pluviophiles makes it’s way into a fabulous poem, Jone. I just LOVE that word!
Yes, my new favorite word. And since we has record rain for March, it’s good I am one.
A fibonacci poem is new to me. I think I might have to try this too. Your poem is completely appropriate for the weather here today.
Visit Gotta Book blog by Greg Pincus who introduced me to the form.
I think that “pluviophiles” is such a great word you told us about, Jone. And now, in a poem! Nice start to the month. Did you know all 3 of us first slicers have shared a poem? Maybe a trend…
I need to check it out. Thanks, Linda.
Ok I read about pluviophiles, here! Thank you for enriching my world with poetry forms. Now Fibonacci I know as a math sequence found in nature – poetry too! Love it.