poem

Aurea Mediocritas!

1.618 ad infinitum!
Never repeating, always intriguing
Fibonacci born; phi!

Golden Section behold!
Creation sequence, nature's frequence
Mathematical phenomena; phi!

Heaven's divine proportion!
Ancient mystery, living history
Infinite and eternal; phi!


Golden


One one two, three five eight
Sounds so simple, nothing great
Thirteen, twenty-one, thirty-four
The hinges creak on an opening door
A repeating patter of the masters hand
Signing his work, the universal plan
Learn to look, the pattern's plain to see
In the smile you flash, the dance of the honeybee
In the spirals of the pine cone and little acorn cap
In spiral arm galaxies and the ocean's wave whitecap
In the swirl of the seashell, the air vortex of a wing
The hurricane's eye and a thousand unseen things
Welcome to the mystery of the Greek letter phi
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