Posts Tagged ‘bliss’

A Body Of Work: Romantic ImproVerse Sonnet

January 6, 2013

If I could lay
you down
and say,
as I kissed you ’round,

One word,
then one kiss,
would that be absurd?
or bliss?

I’d create a body
of poetry
On your body
Beneath me.

Will you at last my words believe
As my voice stops and my lips leave?

Find The Divine: Revolutionary IMprov Rhyming Haiku

December 5, 2012

See glimpses of God:/
find the bliss Divine in the/
daily ord’nary.

A Gift Of Smiles: Revolutionary IMprov Limerick

September 5, 2012

No matter how sucky your day is/
there’s always the potential for this:/
that I will pop by and do/
some weird thing to shake your blues/
or at least give you laughter’s sweet bliss.

[Happy Birthday to the big E/
with her own limerick poetry!]

Causing Bliss For Yourself: Revolutionary Blogging Haiku

March 25, 2011

Thou who causeth men/
to gaze in happy, awed bliss:/
Have a great morning!

A Non-Assertive Perhapsian Sonnet: Revolutionary Email Poetry

March 26, 2010

To revel in assertiveness,
I must confess,
requires an enjoyment
akin to bliss.

Sometimes, after the workout,
when I’m well perspired,
I may look at myself
and think: “WOW! I’m tired!”

Tired of the chase.
Tired of the race.
Tired of the chastisement
I sometimes must face

Tired of being too anxious to pursue, too eager to woo.
So, sometimes, I think: “Perhaps … I’m through.”