Posts Tagged ‘blanket’

Homage To The Moon, Setting: Revolutionary ImproVerse Free Verse Poem

January 6, 2015

Full Moon setting amidst cottonwoods, willows, maples over Lake WinneconneIt’s early morning./
The sun/
sleeps in./

In this winter farmland,/
he,/
lazy like me,/
has not yet shucked
his blanket.

But the moon,/
bright,/
woman-full
and luscious,/
works her way/
through cold/
spindly/
cottonwood-maple-willow/
tree fingers./

They reach skyward
to cup her/
and hold her/
and uphold her/
longer/
until Apollo/
can wake up.

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The Sunset Blanket: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

November 2, 2013

Lake Winneconne sunset like a thick grey quiltThick and heavy, like/
a gray quilt, the sunset and/
geese calls blanket me.

Snow on Mt. Timp: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

May 29, 2013

Late Spring snow blanket on Mt. TimpanogousI froze in last night’s/
rain, but now I feel good. She/
has a new blanket.
OR
I froze in last night’s/
Rain, but now I’m ok. She/
has a new blanket.

Albion Alpine Autumn: Revolutionary Email Sonnet

October 3, 2011

Fall wildflower glow in the sunset at Alta, Utah's Albion basinLike a woman reading
In her soft, quilted bed,
With warm, golden lamp light
Glowing ’round her head,

So do fall’s fading flowers
Of Albion’s alpine meadows shine
As they show off late beauty
At sunset, one last time.

For soon a warm blanket,
Soft, deep and white,
Will form a safe coverlet
And protect them both at night.

Then, the brightness of morning and spring
Will amaze the eyes with the beauty waking brings.

Blanket I Am Sorry: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

July 8, 2011

Can I make blanket/
apologies? A cosmic /
“I’m sorry!” to all?