by JAN ALLISON |
as moonlight shadows
dance on the inky blue ocean
and watch as they sparkle and shimmer like tiny stars,
pirouetting gracefully like prima ballerinas with the ocean as their stage
Writing Challenge 1, September 2019 - Eight Line Form
Sponsor, Dear Heart - Wiishkobi Ode
Checked with PS Syllable counter 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21
by Elaine George |
hope, love, nature,
While you sleep
Lady dressed in white
And melt your cold heart made of ice
High into the sky
And fall as raindrops from God’s eyes
Where now you will grow
With me - in the bloom of a rose
Author: Elaine Cecelia George
* Note: This poem is a Personification as well as a triple Fibonacci
Brian Strand's 'Image Contest': First Place
John Heck's '12-in-one' Contest: First Place
by James Marshall Goff |
lost love, love,
the meter expired
sending our dreams somersaulting
helter skelter to the whims of what never was planned
leaving fairy tales breathless, our favorite song, weeping still, in the landfill of love
by JAN ALLISON |
humor, poetry, writing,
My words flow freely
Once my brain gets into the groove
If possible I try my best to write with humour
Because laughter is the best medicine … and it is much cheaper than a prescription!
Contest – Fibonacci – Rob Carmack
Checked with how many syllables 1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21
~awarded 15th place~
by Richard Lamoureux |
Of these cold fingers
See my spirit evaporate
Only you can restore the beating of my cold heart
You are the one compassionate witness standing at the precipice of my awakening
A faithful perpetual Love
His is a soul Love so much deeper than azure seas
Seeing the indigo skies I know they can't contain the Symphony of my God's Heart
For Nayda's Heart Symphomy Contest.
by daver austin |
Bold Spanish music
Flask of vintage wine Two glasses
She so dark So beautiful The rhythm? Maddening!
A Tango by Albeniz Fire in her eyes Lips promising
by Nayda Ivette Negron Flores |
With redolent neroli scent
Gasping for a love breath to saciate burning desires
Embracing without restriction the ardent passion that stir two souls to kiss sweetly
by Sara Kendrick |
angst, devotion, family, father, forgiveness, husband, imagination, lost love, mother, nature, passion
Singing happy song
Love in its purity bonding
Daddy slips into the arms of another woman
by Tim Smith |
My heart cries
As it dies once more
My arms go limp as you break free
Standing alone with memories and a broken heart
I am lost, a pauper without a grave, doing time waiting for Him to call me home
by Izzy Gumbo |
Grill toast with corn beef
Thousand island dressing to please
Grill delicious on rye or pumpernickle tastes right.
Hot melted cheese of Swiss makes you say delicious.
Sauerkraut in the mouth makes you wish
for coleslaw and this
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~dedicated to my friend, can you guess who? would dare me to turn a 'fibo' up a knotchie?
lol!! That was fun. Thanks Ruben ;)
by Andrea Dietrich |
a woman for whom
men are toys in her lusty games.
As lovely as sea's finest pearl, she is of water,
but her passion is that of fire; it burns with love or with rage; she is Aphrodite.
Jan. 5, 2019 for the Fibonacci Contest of Dear Heart
by Richard Pickett |
you don't need
necklaces of gold
or all the money in the world,
what you do need though, is Love,Trust, and understanding
those are the things, that can't be bought with all the money in the world
or fifteen tons of gold.
What you can get to be happy is, Friendship,Husbands,Wives,Children,Grand
children, that is love,trust,understanding,a life of morality, GOD!
WoW thta was tough!
by Ernesto P. Santiago |
girlfriend-boyfriend, life, love, nature, on writing and words, people, seasons,
In thy garden, let
My muses, as I do now, spell
For thee, the sweet honey of spring where I humbly come.
by Line Gauthier |
anniversary, celebration, destiny, devotion, soulmate, true love, wedding,
this day forth
my full devotion
my heart belongs to only you
our souls meshed beyond terrestrial promises
these exchanged rings symbolizing our mortal union and consecrated destiny
AP: Honorable Mention 2020
Posted on July 6, 2018
by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen |
Love... Love... Love.
with the ones you love
tests the strength of their love for you.
© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
January 28, 2010
by Gregory Richard Barden |
baby, birth, grief, loss, parents, sad,
Our wee girl
Too small to draw breath
She wanted our love so dearly
Could not wait to know us and greet this glorious world
Yet she arrived early, and now sleeps eternal in the security of your arms
~ 2nd Place ~ in the "Writing Challenge January 2019 - Fibonacci" Poetry Contest, Dear Heart, Judge & Sponsor.
* This form is called "Fibonacci" and contains a syllable count of 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21 ... syllables counted at HowManySyllables.com. *
by Joseph May |
moon, nature, tree,
in the wind
as twilight descends,
marmalade hues imbue the sky
and as the golden orb dips below the horizon
Luna rises to a twinkle of stars, and a song of love drifts on the moonbeams
Writing Challenge Fibonacci Contest
Sponsor: Dear Heart
by Brian Strand |
I love you-
mumurs ,promise true
by Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser |
beautiful, inspiration, life, love, sorrow, true love, uplifting,
--QUOTE me RUMI--
a man's stance
but by lights of love
sense and wisdom shall flower bright.
In love's eyes wounds and scars are never a disaster;
they are all the colorful curvaceous petals highlighting your everlasting grace.
***The wound is the place where the light enters you...
03:35 pm, November 11, 2015
by Kim Shaw |
heartbreak, love, trust,
who are the foolish
laying our hearts open to love
When sorrow is our portion and our heart has a hole
our great folly lies in allowing a perfidious fool to taint our trusting soul
by Paul Geiger |
No soft word,
As people think but—
Cruel and tearing—a man sitting
In a rocker, most troublesome of all to woman
by Paul Geiger |
Shasta Daisy - Fibonacci form
Pick—he loves me, he loves me not.
by Emile Pinet |
emotions, feelings, imagery, simile,
all the more
when it's not practiced
but tugs the corners of your lips
as a spontaneous reaction to my presence
for it immediately solicits a genuine smile of my own in return.
by James Inman |
love leaves me bathed in your warm glow
and brightens my deepest, darkest moments with the light
of your omniscient presence bleeding bright azure beauty into my indigo soul.
by Paul Geiger |
love, marriage, philosophy,
Dissolve and resolve
To become mutually so fine