There are two points of inspiration for this poem. First, I received an email that Jack Huber had published a new article at Associated Content, this one on the Fibonacci poetic form. While contemplating the form, I saw a post from a friend who wants to go to Phipps Conservatory’s Summer Flower Show: Gargoyles in the Garden.

still
stone
hidden
gargoyles
playing in the leaves
finding mischief in the garden

I really want to go see the show. And the agave is blooming!

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