Tuesday, February 20, 2007

leaf


one
leaf
only
falling down
to the loneliness
that separates us from the tree


mandy smith

a fibonacci sequence poem in response to a poem by e.e.cummings and a photograph by isabella at Naples, Flordia.

7 comments:

isabella said...

Lovely photo, if I say so myself ;-)
What a fun and ecclectic blog, Mandy! Please let me know if you need any more golfing pictures (I live in a golfing community);-)))

Sandy said...

Your fib sounds like it is written about someone living away from their family. Very nice, but a bit of sadness there.

Ravenchase Junkie said...

Fibonacci, eh?

1,3,0,6765,4181,21,5,6765,89
610,377,4,144
0,233,3
610,13,377,4181,377

Let me know if you need help with this Fibonacci cryptogram. And if you're feeling really saucy, try my nod to Edgar Allen Poe on Valentine's Day:

Poe

TOM said...

fib's,I must have missed them I had to look it up

I
did
not think
it would be
as easy as this
1,1,2,3,5,8, and done

cool, good luck with the Poe's cryptogram

josy c said...

Your
words
as well
as your pic
are quite delightful.

Boy, this is fun!

Thanks for your kind pun on my blog. :)

Passante said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and commenting -- and for introducing me to fibs. I'm addicted to writing double dactyls, and now I've got something else to play with.

Follow My Ink said...

wow, you touched how I feel with this piece.