Archive for May, 2012

The Chocolate Debate: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

May 31, 2012

The debate rages./
Which chocolate is better?/
Swiss, British or Belch?

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Disconnected By Indulging: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku Lament

May 30, 2012

We indulged ourselves,/
but now we’re disconnected/
worse than err before.

Taking A Risk: Romantic Blogging Haiku

May 28, 2012

Taking a big risk,/
reaching out after she did,/
still brought no emails.

Seeing Her Scratch His Back In Church: Revolutionary Haiku

May 27, 2012

I’ll quit being sad/
for what didn’t happen, and/
be glad for what is.

OR
rejoice in what is.

Hearing A Friend Talk: Revolutionary Haiku

May 27, 2012

Old friends have struggles/
I don’t know of; pains not seen./
I’m too self-centered.

Mom And Daughter Advice To Me: Revolutionary Haiku

May 27, 2012

My mom and daughter/
remind me: Don’t give up prayers!/
It’s never too late!

Memorial Day Privilege Reminder: Revolutionary Haiku

May 27, 2012

Memorial Day/
tells us: Freedom’s not our right./
It’s gifted privilege.

From the dictionary: priv·i·lege (noun)
1. a right, immunity, or benefit enjoyed only by a person beyond the advantages of most

Time To Move On: Revolutionary Haiku

May 27, 2012

You’ll be pleased to know:/
He affirms that now, fin’lly,/
it’s time to move on.

Missing Sailing Friends, Enjoying Solitude: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

May 25, 2012

Sailing on Lake Winneconne in solitudeOn breezy days like/
today, I miss sailing friends,/
enjoy solitude.

OR

Breezy times like now /
make me miss sailing friends but
love my solitude

Waves Like Mom’s Lullabye: Revolutionary Improv Video Poem

May 25, 2012

Like Mom’s lullabye,/
the rhythm of Wisconsin/
waves
lulls me to sleep.

OR

waves rocks me to sleep.

click on the link to see the video of the waves