Recently I have been reexamining some of the treasures that have been on my bookshelves for a while. One of these is Discovering Patterns in Mathematics and Poetry by Marcia Birken and Anne C. Coon (Rodopi B. V., 2008). And, on page 60 of that collection, I find "Fibonacci Time Lines" by Kansas poet Michael L.Johnson -- the poem is a lovely weave of the Fibonacci numbers with objects they count (and was originally published in The Unicorn Captured (Cottonwood Review Press, 1980)) and, with the poet's permission, is offered below.
Fibonacci Time Lines by Michael Johnson
cone's swirl, goat's
horn's turn, nautilus'
shell's homing out, pineapple's whorl,
sneezewort's branchings, hair's twist, parrot's beak's growth,
tusk's curve, monkey's tail's spiral, cochlea's whirl of sound,
Parthenon's geometry, logarithms' golden sections, time's way
through form, mind's acceleration on its helical vector
to death . . .
Here is a link to a host of poems linked to the Fibonacci numbers and found in earlier postings in this blog.