Gregory K. writes 'April is National Poetry Month (and, it turns out, Math Awareness Month), and on my blog, I decided to get people writing poetry based on the Fibonacci sequence. The poems are six lines, 20 syllables long with the syllable pattern 1/1/2/3/5/8, though they can go longer, obviously. I've been calling 'em Fibs, and people have been writing them on pop culture, politics, math, and more.'
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I have been trying to write a Fibonacci sequnce poem for years. Never got one to work yet. The closest I think I have is one based on word count (the number of words per line). It gives the poem a kind of spiraling enlargening shape as well:1 12358132144 etcI'll post my draft later maybe.PS: I also want a poem on pi.
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