Two Fibonacci poems from my spam folder

the spare
across earth for their welcome woosh.

defend a
that always trusts what the stars said.

About Susan L Daniels

I am a firm believer that politics are personal, that faith is expressed through action, and that life is something that must be loved and lived authentically--or why bother with any of it?
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54 Responses to Two Fibonacci poems from my spam folder

  1. Rowan Taw says:

    Fibonacci and Dada poetry combined! Great stuff 😊

  2. LoveLoveLOVE this Suze! Spametry Rocks! Especially Fibbed.

  3. at least remembered first two lines are both single – many forget this

  4. Alice Keys says:

    How do you do this with spam? It’s like making vegetable soup from leftovers. Delightful.

  5. claudia says:

    haha…i knew it – poetry can be found just everywhere – even in spam folders – wonderful what you did with this

  6. brian miller says:

    the spare shoelaces eh? ha….i rather like that second one…def always listen to the stars….smiles.

  7. Tony Maude says:

    You get spam like that? I just get offered blue pills that I neither need nor want.

  8. aprille says:

    spam fritters for dinner
    What a thought

  9. howanxious says:

    Ha.. I loved the first one… and the second.
    I hate my spams but I have to check them regularly because sometimes the good comments end up in spam somehow. This has happened to me two or three times. But reading through all that spam is… shivers because there was one comment which troubled me greatly. I’d rather not discuss about it.
    Great play of words!

  10. Marya says:

    Love the woosh of those shoelaces across the world! Very clever.

  11. I love this spam poem. 🙂

    I did some spam poems of my own lately. I think I might post it sometime soon. 🙂

    Awesomely written. 🙂

  12. wordcoaster says:

    Haha, these are great! Didn’t know anyone else delighted in their spam comments–although I’ve never tried to turn them into poems. You have inspired me! One man’s trash truly is another man’s treasure 😀

  13. Laurie Kolp says:

    Spam poems… oh, boy, could I write a few… but then they’d probably be x-rated.

  14. shanyns says:

    Wonderful indeed! A thoroughly enjoyable read!

  15. Maggie Grace says:

    From your spam folder…hahaha. Wonderful Fibonaci. Hope I spelled that right. Too tired to scroll back. How awful is that?! I know that swoosh.

  16. Great, especially the second… good that you find something useful is spam

  17. kaykuala says:

    Never thought the spam folder can be useful this way. Wonderful take Susan!


    • Thanks, Hank! I was looking at that comment today, and copied itinto drafts, because it enchanted me. So glad I got to toy with it this way–I had a blast doing that!

  18. Grace says:

    Never thought that spam can be an inspiration ~ Love this specially the second one ~ How creative of you Susan ~

  19. hisfirefly says:

    a wise warning about trust, like this!

  20. Gay says:

    Very clever and lots of fun. And through it all, you met the specs. You rock!

  21. I love my spam abundance of work found. Well done Suz.

  22. MarinaSofia says:

    Got to love that spam folder! It does bring up some gems which only need minimal tweaking. Mine, sadly, seem to have turned all Russian or Chinese lately, and as I can’t read either language, not much scope for poetry there.

  23. nothing is wasted – creativity is captured even in SPAM!

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