Archive for October, 2015

Where Was She Before? Romantic Blogging Sonnet Lament

October 29, 2015

A Nana’s deep words and photos
dance with and grip my soul:
Canada geese in flight. Moon rise.
An autumn river’s flow.

Unknown, she grew up and lives
amidst fall’s brightly-hued leaves.
Just as I, as a child, did:
captured by the spells that nature weaves.

She will live free (or die!)
As I did the Midwest.
She even wears the same boots as I!
We could be lovers (or twins at best).

But someone else has gone where I want to go.
I wish I was the one who’d met her long ago.


“Hot” Self Defined: Romantic IMprov Limerick

October 29, 2015

She asked common men for a “hot” definition.
Although I’m a poet, I’m no statistician.
Still, I gazed at her photo and the answer became clearer:
To discover the meaning she could just look in the mirror!
Then she would see and grasp that hotness condition.

Important Things To Do Today: Revolutionary Blogging Haiku

October 18, 2015

Of all the things I /
could do today, getting back/
on track was vital.

And Yet, I Do: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

October 18, 2015

It’s always fright’ning/
to write someone a poem and/
not get a response.

Unfettered Restrictions: Revolutionary Email Haiku

October 17, 2015

Some see restrictions/
as chains, but We will stand free,/
unfettered, and dream.

When A Rose Bloomed: Romantic Blogging Haiku

October 16, 2015

I thought I saw a/
rose blossom, once, when she, for/
a brief second, smiled.