While, er, ‘researching’ just now I came accross the blog of Gregory K.Pincus – inventor of the Fib.

A Fib is a wee poem that follows the Fibonacci Sequence – that is 1/1/2/3/5/8 – the mathematical pattern that is found in nature (eg Nautilus Shells) and in Sacred Geometry is said to be all sorts of perfectly wonderful things… very mystical.

here is mine:

i

was

crap at

maths at school

however this is

really very interesting

I never thought I’d say this but I love Fibs…

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I like fibonacci poems.

I love your post!

(I hadn’t heard of “fibs” either, as poems, though I am well aware of those wonderful mathematical sequences.)

Welcome aboard this traveling show.

Thanks for introducing me to the fibs form–I hadn’t heard of them either. And welcome to Poetry Thursday! I got started with poetry here just about a year ago… and it’s been great. Keep sharing.

Fibs are neat to write. I didn’t know the information though, thanks.

i always love being exposed to a new form of poetry… thank you for that

I’ve written a few of them and they are a blast. Thanks for joining in and sharing yours.

I absolutely love them – fibs are fun to write. Like haiku, they look easy but aren’t, at all! Yours is fun!

shucks

guys

its great

to have your

feedback and perhaps

I can do the same for you too.