[Just a brief explanation: As part of the writing course that I’m doing at the moment, we occasionally have to team up and write a poem together. Often it ends up as a bit of a franken-poem, with no real agreement on what the poem should be about. It makes the poem just feel clunky and annoying, but it’s a great way to understand your own writing style better. This poem was written with a coursemate of mine, in the space of about 10 minutes. The aim was to write a shaped poem (the last time I did one of these was primary school so that was a blast from the past), so we wrote a poem based around the Fibonacci sequence and the Nautilus shell (so the sentences within the poem match the sequence in descending order).]


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