Archive for January, 2010

Wistful, Wishful-thinking Folly B4 Meeting: A Revolutionary ConTEXTing poem

January 23, 2010

Funny how U can b sad/

over a friend U never had./

Weird how U/

start 2/

care/

about some1 who/

is not yet there./

Silly melancholy;/

wistful, wishful-thinking folly.

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Waiting Outside Your Cave: A Revolutionary Improv Blog Poem

January 22, 2010

I, brave,
try to visit your cave.
There,
at the entrance,
entranced,
I feel the air
rush past
and, holding fast,
I let it carry me, aware
that what I’ll see
will be
memory;
knowing the words I gave
will lay on the floor of your cave.

Wooing With a Sushi Seduction: Romantic ConTEXTing Poetry

January 22, 2010

If it needs b/

that I must woo thee/

with a sushi/

and sake/

seduction,/

the obvious deduction/

is: I won’t b/

squeamy!/

I’ll eat Sashshimi!/

So b it!/

4U, I won’t quit!

Falling Asleep To Late-Night Stories: A Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poem

January 22, 2010

As I’ve told/

stories late and bold,/

and been heard/

as I’ve woven wooing words/

into a fantasy/

tapestry,/

some scream./

1 sleeps/

and dreams./

What does that mean?

Seduce Me With Sushi: A Romantic ConTEXTing Foodie Poem

January 22, 2010

U won’t seduce me/

with sushi./

But U can Thai me up,/

and chocolate/

does me just fine!/

I need no wine/

2 remove my defenses;/

I’ll gladly dine/

with curried senses.

Understanding the Fine Line: A Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

January 21, 2010

There’s a fine/

line/

between  showing I care;/

of taking the dare/

of being too mushy,/

and being too demanding,/

and too pushy./

I hope you’ll  be/

understanding/

of me.

Non-Saccharin Patience is Rocket Fuel: A Romantic Reverse Sonnet

January 19, 2010

She might mistake my self-control and patience
for kindness and saccharin sweetness.
 
I don’t expect the woman to hold back.
In fact, I beg her to release, to relax,
to accept, to experience the shiv
er of all that I have to offer, all that I can give.
 
I want her to feel the intensity I can provide
with one brush of the tip of one finger
for just the right length, as it glides
to just the right place, where it patiently lingers.
 
And when she’s sent to another planet,
I want to be on that ship and man it.
I want to put her in orbit there,
or continue the journey with her elsewhere.

Late Night Questions on Being Wanted: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

January 18, 2010

Do U/

want 2b wanted by 1 who wants u/

the way u want him 2/

want u,/

the way he wants 2 want u,/

or do u/

want a mix of the 2/

want U/

views?/

Who knows?/

Do U/

want 2?

What Will You Recall: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

January 18, 2010

Goodnight! I wonder,/
again, if you’ll recall our/
long conversation.

Gratitude for a Simple Call: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poetry

January 17, 2010

U/

might never know/

how things grow/

and flow/

and snowball/

when u call/

off the wall./

U think it’s just a call./

That’s all./

But/

it’s not./

For sure,/

it’s much more.