Archive for the ‘Romantic Blogging Poetry’ Category

My Final Sonnet To Her: Romantic Blogging Sonnet

January 30, 2017

I used to write/
romantic sonnets to her./
In my verse she’d delight/
(though she was slightly older).

We’d share our sad tales/
of our romances gone awry,/
and her I’d regale/
and flirt: “Could I be your guy?”

She then said there was someone/
and the last time we met,/
she expressed hopes for eventual love/
as I spun her in pirouette.

Today the news came; there will be no more dancing!/
She’s taken his name! I’ll cease my romancing!

*(I don’t want her to swoon
on her honeymoon.)

If That’s Not Ignoring Me: Romantic Blogging Haiku

September 29, 2016

“I’m not ignoring/
you!” she claimed, responding to/
texts sent months ago.

She Probably Doesn’t: Romantic Blogging Rhyming Haiku

September 29, 2016

Does she know my train/
goes by her house every day?/
I don’t look away.

Father’s Day Silence: Romantic Blogging Haiku Lament

June 19, 2016

On a day vital/
to me, if she won’t connect,/
something’s likely wrong.

Such An Offer! Romantic Blogging Haiku Lament

June 12, 2016

At some point you’ll learn:/
You’re not offering what they/
really want. So stop.

Our Goatees For Her: Romantic Blogging Haiku Lament

June 5, 2016

Now I get why she/
liked my goatee (when I had/
face hair). So did he.

He’s Still There: Romantic Blogging Haiku Lament

June 5, 2016

He’s on her Facebook:/
saying she’s hot, how lucky/
he is. Where is she?

When She Leaves: Romantic Blogging Haiku Lament

May 22, 2016

When she at last walks/
out of your life, you learn there’s/
no one to share with.

Unshared_Sunset_May2016_Crop

Unshared Sunset – May, 2016 – Lake Winneconne, Wisconsin

Drowning Relationships: Romantic Blogging Haiku Lament

May 15, 2016

He’d seen it often./
She, interested, bantered./
He fell overboard.

Finally About Her: Romantic Blogging Haiku

April 11, 2016

She asked why poems were/
about others, not her. They/
weren’t. This is. Goodbye.