Posts Tagged ‘advice’

It’s Advice, NOT Permission: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

October 21, 2013

“Have fun!” is advice./
I can’t give permission for/
Rights that are your own.
Rights you always own.
Rights already owned.

Who Asked? Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

October 18, 2013

When they tell me how/
I should or shouldn’t feel or/
be, I’ll lose interest.

Mowing Another Man’s Lawn: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

December 19, 2012

One should never mow/
another man’s lawn, it’s said./
I did, and got hurt.

Friends’ Nice Advice: Revolutionary Improv Rhyming Haiku

July 29, 2011

Why do I ask friends/
for advice? What they give is/
never very nice.

Advice To New Poets: Revolutionary IMprov Poetry

April 12, 2011

New poets lack the confidence
that comes from experience.
When you first start
everything makes you wince.
but when you practice getting it out there,
you find you just don’t care
as much.
You’re just glad you can touch
your creative core,
because it lets you share more.

Advice To A Cowgirl: Romantic Email Haiku

November 22, 2010

When a cowgirl falls/
off her horse, the best advice/
is to “cowgirl up”.

Shocked and Amazed: A Revolutionary IMprov Blogging Sonnet

May 13, 2010

It always amazes me
when things happen that I didn’t see.
It’s not only that I’m blindsided,
but I ask myself “How’d I let me be so misguided?”

You think you’ve got things figured out;
You’re predicting flood instead of drought.
People ask you for sincere advice
and you give it to them, and try to be nice.

But then, like bathing in winter’s fickle Chinook wind,
they ignore you and do what they want again.
And you just shrug and watch them play,
and wish them happiness; what more can you say?

Because, in the end, it’s their life they have to live
Despite all the advice you tried to give.