Breaking the mould

 

Gourmet

O
do
you
love
every
finger-
licking
mouthful
delicious
components
competently
incorporated
imperceptibly:
unquestionable
scrumptiousness

 

The shape is baased on a fibonacci poem, which should be like this:   the first two lines of a Fibonacci poem contain 1 syllable or word, the third line has 2 words/syllables, then 3, 5, 8, 13 …:    dVerse wants us to play about with a form, so in my fibonacci, each line has one more letter than the previous one.  

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15 Responses to Breaking the mould

  1. Tony Maude says:

    This from the poet who hates counting syllables! Great fun, Viv.

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  2. A fibonacci – not a spiral but a Christmas Tree – exquisite, delicious, and not round but tall. I loved it and wished I could eat it up!

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  3. waiting on my vegetable stew to heat up as I read this, so the hunger is right on time… smiles

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  4. Snakypoet (Rosemary Nissen-Wade) says:

    Clever and fun. You remind me it’s time for my morning tea. 🙂

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  5. Brian Miller says:

    mmm
    i guess it all in what i am eating….smiles.
    i think i might actually be able to do a fib like that…ha

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  6. Bryan Ens says:

    I’m hungry too! Fun take on the prompt!

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  7. Mary says:

    I just love the form; and you have made me VERY hungry!

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  8. Ooo!! So funny that my poem last night mentions the code – love the synchronicity! These are tricky…great job, Viv!

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  9. MarinaSofia says:

    I like this a lot – although it sounds quite finicky to write! Will have to try it myself – but I doubt I’ll beat your finger-lickin’ scrumptiousness!

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  10. Gabriella says:

    Great in a delicious way!

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  11. a fun poem to read….bet it took a while to write!

    Like

  12. So clever, Viv. I enjoyed the poem and the shape it took because of how you worked the form.

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  13. You just inspired me to take a crack at it. Love it. Thank you for the food -:)

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