fibinacci, SundayScribblings

TreeTrunks

telephone poles

drum
beat
calls out
wires spark
hear crackling clatter
steel threaded clotheslines sprout numb trees

SundayScribblings No 110 topic: telephone; fibinacci’s are fine form of poetry, view GregoryK; photo: telephone poles, sadotis, photobucket

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16 thoughts on “TreeTrunks

  1. Vividly worded poem and the absolutely right photo to go with it. I hadn’t realized that fibinaccis could be utilized as a form of poetry. I’ll have to try it.

  2. Thanks for visiting my Sunday Scribbling. Fabulous poem. Love the sounds and the “numb trees.” Perfect photo, too.

  3. niebla says:

    The poetry complements the photo beautifully.

    If one wanted to be a purist: some of the lines are underfilled – but who cares 🙂

    Here’s a page with links to many fibonacci poems: Fabulous Fibs

  4. Fibinacci-how clever!! Numb trees is as perfect description of telephone wires too. So much movement with the crackling drum beat and sparks.
    You are a poet.

  5. Sharon says:

    Thanks for taking the time to read my Sunday Scribblings.
    I enjoyed reading you post. So perfectly put, the words, themselves, painted a picture in my mind. I will look forward to visitng you more often
    Sharon

  6. beacuse of the form the poem does race away at the end like the telephone poles into the distance, a road, or maybe a train poem,

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