Granted Wishes (Fibonacci)

Wish

Hope

Prayer

Heaven sent

Unseasoned restart

Unblemished with impunity

Spiritual anchor from climacteric thoughts

 God-breathed sentient life, a finite, tenuous, existence; fractured soul now restored

 ≈ ◊ ≈

It is my greatest hope that my troubled son will come to know the love and peace that only salvation in Jesus brings.  This is my prayer for him.

Fibonacci:  a non-rhyming poem structured with the Fibonacci sequence (0 or 1, 1, 2, 3, 5 etc).  Fibonacci sequence is adding the two prior numbers together to get the new number.   If one starts at “zero” then the first two lines are single syllable. Most poems stop at 13 syllables for the last line.  

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Forgiveness (Fibonacci)

Glum

thoughts.

Forgive

and forget.

Toss aside grievance

Carve out cancerous memory.

Re-cant harsh insinuations with impunity 

and restore wrecked relationship with soothing harmonious speech, a balm to the soul.

I love Fibonacci poems!  I was first introduced to the beauty of different forms of poetry by Greg from Memoirs of a Dragon who experiments with all forms, and has challenged me as an amateur poet.  This poem is pretty self-explanatory, and I hope it resonates with you, as at some point in our life we all must forgive and forget.

Fibonacci:  a non-rhyming poem structured with the Fibonacci sequence (0 or 1, 1, 2, 3, 5 etc).  Fibonacci sequence is adding the two prior numbers together to get the new number.   If one starts at “zero” then the first two lines are single syllable. Most poems stop at 13 syllables for the last line.