Posts Tagged ‘apart’

Traveling Men, Stay At Home Women: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

July 26, 2014

Two gals: 1 concert./
Two guys: 1 lobster, 1 deep/
dish. No loneliness.

She’s Not Far: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

February 19, 2013

Somewhere, sometime soon,/
she’ll read what I wrote and, though/
we’re apart, connect.

A Birthday Sonnet For My Daughter

October 25, 2012

You, daughter, and I are apart
By physical distance.
By directions of the heart.
By life’s circumstance.

By twists and turns
Caused by poor choices made;
By hard lessons not learned;
By words said and unsaid.

Yet in my heart, mind and soul,
You dwell with me.
Everywhere I go,
You’re with me constantly.

No matter how far apart we may roam
In my heart you’ll always have a home.


Life Changing You: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

June 5, 2012

I’ve missed you each day/
we’ve been apart. My life changed /
for good with you near.

Dark Man, Center Of Her Universe: Romantic ConTEXTing Poetry

August 16, 2010

Written for a friend, to her husband who was away on a business trip:

Dark man, center of my universe:
We look at the stars the same,
the moon the same.

Tomorrow you and I will be together;
though apart, you carry my heart.

Gazing Together At The Moon Apart: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

July 23, 2010

Years past/
since I last/
gazed at a full moon/
with someone./

But soon,/
I hope, it will be fun/
once more./
Not a chore/
but a treasure/
2 moonwatch apart,/