Posts Tagged ‘beer’

What Patriotism Shouldn’t Look Like: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

July 31, 2016

I feel compelled to/
clean up. Patriotism/
shouldn’t look like this.
Patriotic Litter Beer Cans in Mud Creek, Lake Winneconne, Wisconsin

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Waiting Canoe: Revolutionary IMprov Rhyming Haiku

April 19, 2016

Canoe waiting at the boathouse, Lake Winneconne, Wisconsin, sunsetThere was a canoe,/
empty, at sunset, waiting/
for you two, and beer.
(photo (c) by Michael Affolter, 2016)

Random Is Not Dumb: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Limerick

March 18, 2011

Texts may be random/
but they’re not dumb./
Maybe you’d be here,/
and I’d buy you a beer/
and show I care at least some.

Post-Inebriation Hangovers: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

June 5, 2010

Inebriated./
You: On laughs, wine, beer. Me? you./
My hangover’s worse.

OR
Inebriated./
You: On Sambuca. Me? you./
My hangover’s worse.

Romancing Our Keyboards: A Revolutionary Email Sonnet Lament

March 14, 2010

Yet another weekend ev’n is past;/
The week soon starts again, too fast,/
Yet we sit, still, at our keyboard,/
and wonder why we are alone, tired, bored./
Or are we truly resolute and complete?/
Do we view/
our solitude/
as victory, not defeat?/
We may nurse our whine/
with wine;/
assuage our aged fear
with beer./
But if we, with our own company, are endeared,/
then why sit we, fingers dancing, quasi-romancing, here?