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Teasing, Fiery Women: Romantic Email Haiku

April 10, 2016

There are times when I/
meet tempting, fiery women/
who are just teases.


IcelandAir Is The Next Gate Over: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

March 14, 2016

After waiting hours /
for my delayed flight, I think/
Reykjavik sounds good.

Wait For It: Revolutionary Blogging Haiku

November 7, 2015

3-week-old Mexican foodI ate 3-week-old/
Mexican food. I’m not dead/
yet. We’ll see. Stay tuned.

Thanks 2 Her 4 Ekphrasis: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

November 6, 2015

It’s great to learn there/
are words describing things you’ve /
done for quite a while.
It’s great she taught me/
a word describing what I’ve/
done for quite a while.

How Far Has This Butterfly Flown? Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

October 4, 2015

Butterfly, you soar/
on Sirocco winds. You seen/
Delicate Arch yet?
Delicate Arch, Arches National Monument, Oct 2015

Brunette Dreaming: Romantic Free Verse Poetry

September 1, 2015

She was brunette,
like me,
and I dreamed
and planned
and schemed
how to
date her,
and to what?It's a brunette thing: The hallway at Nicolet High School, ca. 1972

My German class
When I finally dared,
for the first time ever,
to ask her out,
heart in throat,
palms sweating,
stomach butterflying,
she said
she was
“too busy”.

Funny how some things
don’t change.
it’s a brunette thing.

Something From Nothing: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

August 26, 2015

Maybe the times you/
think: “I got nuthin’!” are times/
that you’ve got somethin’.

HEY STELLA! Read This! Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

August 25, 2015

If you take time to/
read historical signs, you/
might find your Desire.

When you take time to/
read historical plaques, you’ll/
find Stella(r) desires.
House where Tennessee Williams wrote Streetcar Named Desire in New Orleans' French Quarter. Read the historical plaque.
Read historical plaques to learn odd trivia: HEY STELLA! The house where Tennessee Williams wrote "A Streetcar Named Desire" in French Quarter, New Orleans.

New Genealogy Discovery — Civil War Vet: Revolutionary ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

July 13, 2015

It’s strange how a war’s/
hist’ry can change when your kin/
were a part of it

It’s strange how hist’ry/
can change when your ancestors/
volunteered for it.Franz NEUBER, Civil War Volunteer, 4th Wisconsin Cavalry