Nature’s Lullaby – A Fibonacci

“Lay
Lay
Low, lay,”
Lullaby,
Cradled like baby,
Winds hush, grass tickles ‘neath sun’s kiss,
Tree canopies and songbirds’ melodies, “lay, lay, low.”

Copyright © 2013 Shainbird. All rights reserved.

Note: This is for Sahm’s Monday Poetry Prompt #21: Fibonacci Poetry: About what Nature means to You. “A form based off of the work of Leonardo Pisano Bigollo…the Fibonacci Sequence, a pattern found throughout nature, reads as follows: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55… Go ahead and begin the sequence at 1 and cut the sequence off at 13.”

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About Shainbird

"A lonely craftsman putting one word after another."
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25 Responses to Nature’s Lullaby – A Fibonacci

  1. Cubby says:

    This sings so beautifully to me. I love it! 🙂

  2. Oloriel says:

    Such gentle and soothing words, loved how you took on the prompt, I loved the “lay” parts 🙂

  3. kiwiskan says:

    The swans up the road have just hatched cygnets. This poem is one they need…

  4. tjtherien says:

    absolutely loved this Shain

  5. Rob says:

    So beautiful! I can almost hear the song 🙂

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  7. excellent, sounds wonderful when read aloud, pal 🙂

  8. seanbidd says:

    Plenty of heart to the hush sounds, out where the grass curls in breeze, hand in hand with the lullaby lines. A beautiful Fibonacci.

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