Posts Tagged ‘angst’

She Blows Away My Angst: Romantic Napkin Haiku

July 19, 2018

Even when love blooms/
me, poet, still carries Angst./
She blows it away.

No More Whining: Revolutionary Napkin Poetry

July 19, 2018

Remember when I’d/
stand here, weep and moan about/
my dates. I won’t now!

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.

Phone Break-Up Angst: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

September 22, 2015

She broke up with me/
over the phone. Now I feel/
broken, scared, alone.
She broke up with me/
over the phone. I feel scared,/
broken and alone.

Not Alone: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

July 19, 2015

If everyone is/
singing and writing about/
pain, you’re not alone.

Two songs that inspired this poem:
David Bowie’s Rock n Roll Suicide
REM’s Everybody Hurts

Thanks For Noticing: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

February 18, 2014

Lips and acne not lipstickIt’s not smudged lipstick/
from a kiss. It’s angst-induced/
acne caused by her.

Waiting mit Angst to be scolded: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

July 8, 2010

Angst resides again,/
deep. As morning’s dew gathers,/
I wait for the scold.