Posts Tagged ‘absurd’

To The Poet Who Keeps Writing About A Woman He’s Not Marrying: Romantic IMprov Limerick

January 11, 2015

While I keep reading such words,/
I still find them slightly absurd:/
You’ve not taken her away!/
Shouldn’t emotions expressed this way/
be acted upon, and not just heard?

Plus this couplet:

(I’m not meaning to be critical. /
It just seems to be such a riddle.)

A Body Of Work: Romantic ImproVerse Sonnet

January 6, 2013

If I could lay
you down
and say,
as I kissed you ’round,

One word,
then one kiss,
would that be absurd?
or bliss?

I’d create a body
of poetry
On your body
Beneath me.

Will you at last my words believe
As my voice stops and my lips leave?

Will Lightening Strike? Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

March 22, 2011

I send heart-felt words/
late at night. Is that absurd,/
or will lightening strike?

Men Aren’t The Only Ones Who Don’t Write: Revolutionary Email Sonnet

August 24, 2010

I guess you’re saving
all the words I’m craving
for the novel you’re writing
(which people will delight in!)

When you decide it’s no chore
to write much more,
please jump right in
and write me again!

But until such time
as you can deliver prose or rhyme,
I’ll say adieu,
and my writing’s through.

Getting to know someone through two or three words
borders, I think, upon the absurd.

How Do You Know Inspiration: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poem

August 21, 2010

When yer heart is poured,/
and it seems absurd/
2 b able 2 say/
yer deepest emotions/
any other way./

When just 1/
look or glance/
leaves u undone/
and in a trance.

Kitchen Dancing: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

May 22, 2010

I shared a romantic thot/
about kitchen dancing./
She heard,/
and said: That’s not/
it’s absurd!/
I sighed/
but wasn’t perplexed./
“I tried”/
thot I./

Say The Word: Romantic ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

May 17, 2010

It may sound absurd/
but if you’d just say the word,/
I would stop looking.

Having Written Her A Poem: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

March 17, 2010

When “Blonde/Witty/Pretty” responded to the poem (previously posted), this was my response.
Awwww {Blush}/
It was fun!/
Thank U 4/
the inspiration!/
I hope on/
the hiarchy/
of meeting somebody/
it was not 2 4ward!/
Nor abssurd!/
Just a start/
2 touch yer heart.

Woo a Woman Through Words: Absurd! Romantic Sonnet

August 3, 2009

“I Love to laugh, cuddle, kiss, and think.”

I met a woman;
I made her laugh.
The sparkle in her eyes
was on my behalf.

But to win her,
to cuddle, kiss and coo,
I didn’t buy her dinner.
Instead, I choose to woo

her with smiles and deep words!
(It may sound absurd,
but the unknown reality is,
for intelligent women, this:)

A woman is reached, in her soul and heart,
through her brain, more than any other part.