Archive for October, 2010

Anticipation Indigestion: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poetry

October 31, 2010

Does it give you indigestion/
to anticipate me asking you questions?/
I’d love to try it/
but ur so quiet!

Selfishly Missing Opportunities: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poem

October 31, 2010

God’s children./
Earth’s citizens./
When I focus on the me,/
I loose sight of the we,/
and miss the opportunity/
to uplift and exhalt/
the Divine We.

I was in church and learned what I wrote above, as well as this comment to a friend: “The Divine in us celebrates and supports and helps the Divine in others … and in everything.” And this comment: “We are all on the same team. We should all hope for success for each other. It’s not a win/loose world. It is a world where we can all help each other 2 win.”


For A Reader: Romantic Email Sonnet

October 30, 2010

Though she was fair of face,/
with a figure and body to match,/
she complained how oft it was the case/
that men use lust to bait and catch.

I shant trash her then/
with ordinary mail crudeness./
I’ll instead pick up my pen,/
and woo her with non-lewdness!

Instead of seducing her with a blunt tool,/
I’ll write words creative and sharp./
For it is only a oafish fool/
who woos with a hammer instead of a harp.

Because, as we’ve all been forewarned,
the pen is mightier than the sword!

If/Then Plans: Romantic ConTEXTing Poetry

October 30, 2010

Where 2 meet,/
what 2 do,/
IF plans with/
his daughter fall thru./
He thot he’d take a chance/
on finding romance/
at an early Halloween dance,/
or a bar’s karaoke, 2./

In Dance Memoriam: Romantic ConTEXTing Limerick

October 30, 2010

Lithe gypsy dancer;/
silver screen romancer./
As she departs,/
she stomps my heart/
before I can even ask her.

Getting Close To The Center of The Universe: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

October 29, 2010

Since we’re both
the center of the universe,
we have to minimize
the space between us.

What Does Your Mother Think?: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

October 28, 2010

Do U think/
the Woman who went to the brink/
of death and strife/
to bring U to life/
thinks I like U/
as much as I do?/
Does her maternal wisdom see/
the depth of me?

I Wish: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poem

October 28, 2010

I wish I could talk 2U any time./
I wish U would talk 2 me any time./
I wish I had access 2 your mind, your heart, your soul./
I wish I knew what you think about.

Time For Creative Flow: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

October 27, 2010

Evening silence and/
daytime discussions don’t match/
my creative flow.

Becoming More Special: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

October 26, 2010

won’t come from me until she/
thinks I’ve breached friends’ brink.