A Fibb, or Fibonacci Sequence poem, contains (as I understand it) seven lines. The first and second lines each have 1 syllable. The third line has two syllables. The fourth has three, the fifth has five, the sixth has 8, and the seventh has 13 syllables.
having a great time of their lives
under the gibbous moon clawing to the horizon.
One of my students, introduced to this concept today, wrote the following.
Crash, bam, boom.
Thump, woof, growl, shatter.
Meow, yelp, crunch, creak, shhhhh, howl, smash!
Thud, thud, thud, tumble, meow, woof, boom, boom, boom. Meow?
I hope you enjoy having a new form to play with. Good luck!