Summer Day Fibonacci

Sun

Light

Blazing

Beating down

Travels ‘cross the sky

Westering sun sets sky ablaze

Twilight descends over the sweltering cityscape

Mercury slowly starts descent

Sleep without blankets

Marine layer

Dawn

Clouds

Cool

Drizzle

Quenches earth

Apollo rides forth

Quiet gray gives way to bright blue

Clouds burn away under onslaught of blazing summer

Mercury begins its ascent

Enjoy the sunshine

Play outside

Keep cool

Heat

Sun

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About Andrew

I'm a Christian, American, liberal, geeky, thoughtful, Northwest-transplanted Angeleno husband, father, and pundit who writes about anything he can think of.
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5 Responses to Summer Day Fibonacci

  1. slpmartin says:

    Pretty much another hot day…so strange this year…we on the west coast are having a pleasant summer…and you folks seem to have our heat….enjoyed your poem.

  2. Great rhythm to this piece. I enjoyed the way you expand on the fib concept too.
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  3. Great flow through of the poem, this poem kind of remind me of my badly sunburn skin last time, i shred skin like a snake and ended up looking like a tomato :X Thank for sharing this wonderful poem =P

  4. Kavita says:

    Lovely poem… enjoyed the rhythm in it..
    morning to night..clouds…back to the sun…the cyclical nature of it all…
    But amidst all of this, enjoy the sun! 🙂

  5. Andrew says:

    Thanks everyone. It’s funny. I’m in Western Washington, so the summer is pretty mild, but even here, there’s nothing like a blazing hot summer weekend followed by a cool, cloudy Monday morning.

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