Wednesday, 20 February 2013

infinite intimate (a Fibonacci Poem*)

you
went
for it
from the off:
expanding bright light
carving out canyons, star throwing,
infinite intimate etching hearts on lovers' trees,
calling seas, collecting tears in brimming bottles, writing up a space invasion plan....



This is a Fibonacci Poem* in response to todays Poets United prompt. Learn more about this structure here

12 comments:

  1. I really like this because it is playfully reverent.

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  2. Oh! This is so romantic and alluring. You responded with alacrity. Thank you!

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  3. I enjoyed this. You started out and then built the theme to a wonderful crescendo....and you now have me thinking of space invasion plans. Ha.

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  4. I love carving out canyons, star throwing. There is a lot here that is left unsaid, excellent

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  5. infinite intimate etching hearts on lovers' trees,
    calling seas, collecting tears in brimming bottles, writing up a space invasion plan...love those last two lines...so much packed in there.....the infinite intimate one just rips off the tongue....and the playfulness of the last is cool....

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  6. A Valentine's poem, enchantement, abasement, revenge. Beautifully descriptive.

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  7. wonderful!! building it line by line just like the sequence!

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  8. wonderful!! building it line by line just like the sequence!

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  9. I like the snappy words, the build up is terrific ~

    An interesting form...I must try it one time ~

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