Posts Tagged ‘be yourself’

Why Be You? Revolutionary Blogging Sonnet

May 16, 2016

She, alone, stood
and, debating her own best good,
faced down the gaping abyss
of conscious solo loneliness.

She knew another decision would
be, by others, easily understood
if she, reconsidering, stepped back;
let herself be lead down a different track.

She could easily hike hand in hand
through life’s journey with a man
who had never truly got
the greater knowledge and light she sought.

But she turned her vision to a loftier view;
Spread forth her arms, lept out, and flew.

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Cheesehead Identity: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

July 7, 2015

Being who you are/
lets other like-minded folk/
find you easier.

Dance Like Everyone’s Watching: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

May 21, 2015

I sing and dance like/
folks are watching ‘cuz it lets/
them sing and dance, too.
— A haiku from the I-15 topless dancer.

Why Be Me? Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

March 22, 2015

I used to be me/
for me. Now I’m me so more/
people can be them.

Kindred Goof-offs Make Merry: Romantic IMprov Haiku

February 23, 2014

“Merry me!”, he said to/
she who was his kindred goof/
spirit. And they laughed.

Intensity Chiding: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

May 17, 2010

Everyone chides me/
about my intensity,/
then says “Be yourself!”