26 January 1788 – A Fibonacci Poem for Australia Day – SatWE, January

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26 January 1788

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

          Sydney Cove

 

 

                                 A Fibonacci Poem for Australia Day  

 

 

                                                      That

                                                      Day

                                                  That year

                                                  Long ago

                                          Marking the landing

                                 Of the First Fleet – eleven ships

                  Carrying the sad cargo of the condemned and damned

        That day today we celebrate as Australia Day – the birth of a new nation

Bathed in warm sunshine, may she prosper fair and black, or any other pretty colour

                  The Promised Land of great riches and blessed Freedom

                                        Citizenship ceremonies

                                            For the lucky ones

                                              Fireworks! Wow!

                                                    Fun day

                                                       For

                                                       All 

 

 

                                          © irina dimitric 2013

 

 

Challenge: Use prose or poetry to write something (fiction, nonfiction, or essay) about the month of January. Go to The History Place, pick one of the entries, and write about it.

 

 

 

          

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