Hope (Fibonacci)




Future fulfillment

A bright promise of tomorrow

Someday and somehow juxtapose with certainty

Strong desire and corresponding expectation drives the inner mind to fantasy

My son starts drug rehab this week.  My hope is that the program will help him find ways other than drugs to deal with the problems that inevitably come in life.  And perhaps help us all as a family; we definitely could use it.

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.  



Bipolar Ecstacy (Pleides)

bipolar fairies

Broken dreams, deep despair

Bought with false promises

Bitten twice, hindsight feeds

Bitter consuming thought

Banish saddened pining

Bright effervescent mood

Bipolar ecstasy

This poem focuses on unconstructed thoughts and feelings associated with bipolar disorder based on traumatic life events in my past.

Pleides Poetic form: 7 lines and 6 syllables, the beginning letter of the sentence starts with the same letter as the title.

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