Three White Feathers

Poefusion has a new prompt: Title Tuesdays! I am coming in a day late, but I wrote something for it. This week’s title was “Three Feathers Fall A Heart”. I wrote a chain of Fibs for this prompt.

Don’t know what a Fib is? According to Wikipedia, it is a “an experimental Western poetry form, bearing similarities to haiku, but based on the Fibonacci sequence”. It is a six-line form with twenty syllables total – the syllable breakdown is 1/1/2/3/5/8. For more info heck out Wikipedia’s entry, this article, and the blog of Gregory K. Pincus.

Enjoy….

-Nicole
——————————————–
three
white
feathers
fall to earth
shed by an angel
on his way to face his judgment

her
heart
now breaks
she’ll never
see his face again
humans and angels just don’t mix

his
crime
was love
but he knew the price
when he kissed her lips
when he touched her warm, fragrant skin

now
a
dark pit
is his home
all she has left are
memories and three white feathers

Written 7/9/08
© 2008 Nicole Nicholson. All Rights Reserved.

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About ravenswingpoetry

I am a 38 year old writer from Columbus, OH and the creator of Raven's Wing Poetry. I am a poet, seeker, fellow traveler, and autistic.
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8 Responses to Three White Feathers

  1. Noah says:

    Oh, this is epic. 😀

  2. Thank you, Scot and Noah.

    -Nicole

  3. I am reminded it is better to have loved than not at all with your fib. Very nice. The imagery is very strong. Keep up the good work. Have a nice day.

  4. Thank you, Michelle. BTW the prompts are great!

    -Nicole

  5. Cynthia says:

    Oooh, sweetsweet, bittersweet, just lovely, Nicole.

  6. Gregory K. says:

    Love the use of a Fib chain. Makes the “simple” form build into something bigger….

  7. Thank you, Cynthia and Gregory.

    -Nicole

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