Having taken poetry month to heart, Gregory K., screenwriter and GottaBook blogger, invented a new poetic form called the fib, which he introduced on April 1st. It's based on a mathematical concept called the Fibonacci sequence; I'll let Mr. K. explain it further. Click on the above link.
The invention is catching on like crazy. Have you seen all the fibs around? The form is 6 lines with a 1/1/2/3/5/8 syllable sequence. Since Big A Little A started Poetry Fridays and Gotta Book started fibbing, well, I have to hit the dance floor, too. No use being a wall flower, right? (And I love a good slightly loony project!) So here is my reversible fib. Or inverse fib. Or something. Try a fib; you'll like it.
Faced with tailfeathers
When my egg arrives. Move over!
Cool breeze. Space now, but not for long.
Shady trees, high limbs,