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Our Fibonacci Poem

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On Friday, the activity was to create our own Fibonacci Poem, which is a poem based on word count per line.  (1-1-2-3-5-8,) I wanted to share with everyone the result!

Rascals
Devoid
of feeling
of playfulness
pound their chest

If you have anything you’d like to add to fill out the additional lines, feel free to leave a comment.

  • Bellow loudly to the world

  • Neat! I unfortunately missed out on this one because I haven’t been online.

    • It’s too bad you missed it, but you can always add a line now, as we didn’t quite get to 6 lines last week.

  • This is maths meet poetry. Fibonacci sequences and fractals and some of the beautiful things in maths do fascinate me. And for poetry to be based on it is amazing. Could it also be syllable count?

    But L-4 is also two words instead of three? Or?

    • I think it could be either syllable count or word count. I was going with the easier word count to get more people to involve and make it less stressful last Friday, but feel free to participate still.