Last week the Art Works Blog posted an interview with mathematician, poet, and translator, Enriqueta Carrington. You will want to follow the link and read the whole thing. Here is a paragraph:
quoting Enriqueta Carrington:
Mathematics and poetry are the same thing,
or one is a translation of the other.
Well, perhaps that is an overstatement;
but both math and poetry are about beautiful patterns,
about creating, gazing at, and sharing them,
and about appreciating those created by others.
It is not necessary to be a great mathematician or a great poet
to enjoy this beauty, as I can tell you from my own experience.
Several years ago, at a time near the beginning of this poetry-math blog, in the posting for April 8, 2010, is a pantoum by Carrington. And here is another of hers, this time a Fibonacci poem -- whose lines increase in word-count that matches the first eight Fibonacci numbers: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21.