Poetic License: Fibonacci Moon Song
Come to me tonight.
Let your milky light nurse my eyes
With silver bright, soothe my sighs with silent lullabies.
Let us make love, you from above, I dreaming below,
Before daylight uncovers us –
Florida full moon,
Come to me,
A “Fib” or Fibonacci poem counts the number of syllables in every line according to the Fibonacci sequence of numbers introduced into Western Mathematics by Leonardo Fibonacci in the 13th Century: 1,1,2,3,5,8,13 The sequence occurs often in nature: spirals of shells ,flowerets of sunflowers, bracts of a pine cone and the scales of a pineapple.