Archive for the ‘Romantic IMprov Poetry’ Category

Women Speak Truth: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

June 23, 2017

When a woman says/
that you are a waste of her/
time, just believe her.

Words Unspoken, Released: Romantic IMprov Haiku

May 15, 2017

Dare I pen words so/
long pent up, feelings silenced?/
Too late! They’ve escaped!

To Beauties Watching A Moonrise: Romantic IMprov Haiku

April 10, 2017

I shall refrain from/
quoting what Shakespeare once wrote:/
Smite that jealous Moon.

Hard To Be Worshipped: Romantic IMprov Haiku

March 2, 2017

The Poet wondered/
if she found it difficult/
being so* worshipped.
OR
*thus

I See Her And Overcome Her Height Objection: Romantic IMprov Haiku

February 16, 2017

I see her, that tall/
Packer fan, and know wearing/
my cheesehead lifts me.

She’s Looking For What I’m Not: Romantic IMprov Haikiu

February 15, 2017

She’s looking for a/
hunky buffy man show, but/
I’m honky puffy.

Don’t Remake Her: Romantic IMprov Iambic Poem

February 3, 2017

What does it take/
to remake her/
into that shape you/
want her to/
be?/

You can’t./
There’s no chance./
It’s her own power/
and destiny/
to flower/
and be/
her own she.

The harder you try/
to change/
and rearrange,/
the more she’ll run.

But be the man/
who’ll applaud loud./
Be her biggest fan;/
pull her out of the crowd./

Then maybe/
she’ll see/
what you see/
and be/
she./
Freely.

Cougar Et Tu Courage! Revolutionary IMprov Iambic Poem

February 2, 2017

I’d never met/
a Cougarette./
I’d had too much fear/
after watching them cheer./

Could her energetic and my blues dance/
lead to some sort of romance?/
She’d danced for the Cougs to win/
and now she lives in Santaquin!

I’d never met/
this Cougarette./
but the evening/
isn’t over yet./
(It looks like she’s leaving.)

There is no doubt:/
She’ll rise. I’ll shout.

Fading Dreams: Romantic IMprov Haiku

February 1, 2017

My dreams are fading,/
melting like the blizzard’s snow/
‘neath Spring’s warm sunshine.

Eyes And Smile Learning: Romantic IMprov Haiku

January 31, 2017

If she likes my fun/
haiku on her smile and eyes,/
can I learn of her?