I’m excited to welcome verse novelist Shari Green to our project. She’s got a great writing prompt for us today.
Shari’s poetry prompt is: A Fogbow Fibonacci Poem
Fogbows are like rainbows, caused when sunlight hits water droplets in the air. The water droplets in fog are much smaller than raindrops, though, and fogbows end up having little or no color. They’re sometimes called white rainbows, cloudbows, or ghost rainbows.
Create a Fibonacci poem about a fogbow.
Are you new to Fibonacci poems? Learn how to write one from the guy who created this poetic form, Greg Pincus! Check out Greg’s post “How to Write a Fib.”
Your task is to draft a Fogbow Fibonacci poem before the end of the day tomorrow, Thursday, March 26, 2020. Alternate idea: try a fib poem on any water-related subject.
If you’re doing the #WaterPoemProject with a group, be sure to share or post your rough draft, read other people’s poems, and cheer for their efforts. Or leave your poem here, in the comments.
Shari Green is an award-winning author of middle grade verse novels. Her books have been nominated for multiple provincial and state readers’-choice programs and included on international “best of” lists.
In her non-writing life, Shari works as a Licensed Practical Nurse. Thank you, Shari!
Visit her at www.sharigreen.com
#WaterPoemProject Series Posts:
Prompt 1: Irene Latham, The Language of Water
Prompt 2: Elizabeth Steinglass, What Would a Raindrop Say?
Prompt 3: Linda Mitchell, Found Haiku
Prompt 4: Shari Green, Fogbow Fibonacci
Prompt 5: Margaret Simon, The Taste of Water
Prompt 6: Heather Meloche, The Shape of a Wave
Prompt 7: Amy Ludwig VanDerwater, A Water Memory
Prompt 8: Laura Shovan, Rainy Day Opposites
Prompt 9: Kathryn Apel, Silly Solage
Prompt 10: Buffy Silverman, A Watery Home
Prompt 11: Kara Laughlin, Frozen Fog
Prompt 12: Debbie Levy, Jump into a Limerick
Prompt 13: Joy McCullough, What Are Water Bears?
Please support the #WaterPoemProject authors by buying their books from your favorite independent bookstore.