Posts Tagged ‘be good’

Slipping While Climbing: Romantic Blogging Sonnet

March 23, 2014

He tried to climb/
to her lofty peak.
Companionship sublime/
was what he’d seek.

He lost the right path/
along that high way.
Trying to create laughs;
he failed in what to say.

As he fell and slipped/
down the mountain side,/
he murmured to himself, tight lipped:
“That wasn’t how I should have tried.”

He wondered: Could he try again, change and repent/
now that he was sure where the correct path went?

Still Not Changed Enough: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku Lament

October 28, 2012

“Dress better.” “Calm down.”/
“Be good.” “Act professional.”/
I thought I’d changed more.

Or
“Dress better.” “Calm down.”/
“Be good.” “Act professional.”/
I’m still not enough.

Do What Is Right Alone: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

September 4, 2012

Being alone can/
scare me away from doing/
the good I should be.

Go To Bed: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

May 3, 2012

Go to bed the way /
you should. From now on you can /
sleep well and be good.