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Fibonacci Poems

Read wonderful fibonacci poetry on the following sub-topics: funny, math and more. Read a definition and example (where appropriate).

Note: The forms for these poems were selected by the poet. Often poems are assigned the wrong form. Please confirm the accuracy of the poetic form before referencing the poem.



List of New Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Death Edward Ibeh Fibonacci dark, death, perspective,
Premium Member Poem Rest In My Embrace Edward Ibeh Fibonacci for her, heart, love,
Premium Member Poem Smears of The Blood Moon Edward Ibeh Fibonacci beauty, moon, nature, sky,
Premium Member Poem Most Watched Movie Of All Time Caren Krutsinger Fibonacci music,
Premium Member Poem Malaysia Flight 17 Caren Krutsinger Fibonacci 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem Built To Last Edward Ibeh Fibonacci love, perspective, relationship, strength,
Premium Member Poem Jane Eyre Edward Ibeh Fibonacci art, character, literature,
Premium Member Poem Ice Girl Survives Chicago Blizzard Caren Krutsinger Fibonacci 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem Sleep Comes Late Bernard Chan Fibonacci day, dream, night, sleep,
Premium Member Poem America's Longest Government Shutdown Edward Ibeh Fibonacci anger, humanity, political,
Premium Member Poem a lightness of hunger sand blown Fibonacci allegory, analogy, appreciation,
hope an eternity MAHTAB BANGALEE Fibonacci how i feel, poems,
Threshold OB1 OB1 Fibonacci nature, spiritual,
ALONG FERVENT FAITH Beata Agustin Fibonacci christian, death, faith, god,
Premium Member Poem A Solitary Lifestyle CayCay Jennings Fibonacci angst, depression, emotions, fear,
Premium Member Poem thought sand blown Fibonacci allegory, analogy,
Premium Member Poem New Recruits Mark J. Halliday Fibonacci military,
Premium Member Poem Happily Finding Bliss Caren Krutsinger Fibonacci 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem Revel in Silence P.S. AWTRY Fibonacci wisdom,
Premium Member Poem An Anchor Planted Sara Kendrick Fibonacci character,
Premium Member Poem A Guided Map Sara Kendrick Fibonacci career,
Premium Member Poem Disdain Debbie Walker Fibonacci betrayal, feelings, mother,
Premium Member Poem Embers Can Reignite Carolyn Devonshire Fibonacci cat, love,
Premium Member Poem Forever With Christ Laura Leiser Fibonacci christian, jesus, spiritual,
Premium Member Poem A Sequestered Fawn Lu Loo Fibonacci fear, goodbye, i love
Premium Member Poem Core of Womanhood Janis Thompson Fibonacci love, men, woman,
Be Open:Live Robert A. Dufresne Fibonacci feelings, life, nature,
Premium Member Poem Bye For Now Sandra Haight Fibonacci christmas, goodbye,
Premium Member Poem Man Highly Intuitive Sara Kendrick Fibonacci animal, nature,
WHY Anisha Dutta Fibonacci death, emotions, grief, heartbreak,
Premium Member Poem Prayers Are Answered Sara Kendrick Fibonacci perspective,
Premium Member Poem Arrived Yet Early Gregory R Barden Fibonacci baby, birth, grief, loss,
No Remembrance Mike Jones Fibonacci remembrance day,
Premium Member Poem IMAGES ON FRAMES nette onclaud Fibonacci dream, remember,
Premium Member Poem Passion of Fire Andrea Dietrich Fibonacci beautiful,
Premium Member Poem Song of Love Joseph May Fibonacci moon, nature, tree,
Premium Member Poem AN ALCOHOLIC LOSER Alexis Y. Fibonacci depression, drink, how i
About Lost Goals Sathya Babu Fibonacci life,
The Most Qualified curtis johnson Fibonacci discrimination, feelings, jobs,
Premium Member Poem Marina's Recognition Caren Krutsinger Fibonacci 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem oldt english key sand blown Fibonacci appreciation, art,
Premium Member Poem Greatest of Sin Edward Ibeh Fibonacci longing, memory, money, perspective,
Premium Member Poem Too often biased Gershon Wolf Fibonacci judgement, truth,
Premium Member Poem Memories And Idiosyncrasies Emile Pinet Fibonacci 12th grade, age, change,
Premium Member Poem HAUNTING SOUL MUSIC Line Gauthier Fibonacci beautiful, magic, music, spiritual,
Premium Member Poem Beneath the Ivy Dear Heart Fibonacci lost love,
Skyscape Of Mind Subimal Sinha-Roy Fibonacci analogy, bird, inspirational, spiritual,
Premium Member Poem A Time Lord Kim Rodrigues Fibonacci dark,
Her Blue Eyes Michelle Faulkner Fibonacci child, community, endurance, hope,
Premium Member Poem - Even Tears Freeze - Sunshine Smile Fibonacci depression, destiny, emotions,

About This Page

Fibonacci Poems. Examples of Fibonaccis and a list of poems in the correct poetic form and technique. Share and read Fibonacci poetry while accessing rules, topics, ideas, and a comprehensive literary definition of a Fibonacci.

Brief Definition

A Fibonacci is a type of poem that is based on the Fibonacci sequence that is used in mathematics. The number of syllables in each line of the poem corresponds to the number in the sequence. The number of syllables in any one line will equal the total syllables used in the two preceding lines.

Fibonacci poems tend to be quite short because of the issue with every line of the poem needing to be longer than the one before. Most poems of this type tend to be made up of six lines or less. The last syllable in each line may rhyme with other lines but this is not a requirement for this type of poem.

The Fibonacci sequence technically starts with a zero. This poem is recognised by a pause at the beginning of the poem. This is an important feature of the poem and is something that should be taken into consideration when the poem is being read out loud.

These types of poems are known as Fibonacci poems because they use the sequence that was made famous by the 12th Century mathematician Fibonacci. However, there are examples of this type of poetry that go back much further than this and are written in Sanskrit. It is believed that it was a Sanskrit grammarian named Pingala who was the first person to discover this sequence as far back as 500 BC. 

Fibonacci Poem Example

A golden rule

Why                                                                                                                       there's                           							                                             is a God                                                                                                                         Proportions                                                                                                                divine hand spirals.                                                                                                                     He's shaping patterns not chaos.                                                                                                     Artwork pleasing to the eye the golden rectangle.                                                                                 Clearly seen by His creation check your double helix in every cell. Not theory

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