Posts Tagged ‘breaking heart’

Repairing A Broken Heart: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku Lament

July 13, 2017

When your heart’s breaking,/
catch the pieces and hold them./
They’ll beat together.

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Unanticipated Consequence: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Free Verse Poem

December 5, 2014

The unanticipated consequence
of having
a heart that’s breaking,
and
a soul that searching,
and a mind that’s wondering,
is that a view
of San Francisco bay
at sunset
absolutely flat lines
you.

Nothing.
No emotions.
No memories.
No smiles.
No desiring Allejandro’s.
No craving
walking down Columbus Street
or North Beach to find some pasta
or cannoli.
No wishing for family style
in Chinatown.

Oh wait!
There IS a memory.
A blond haired,
blue-eyed
man,
with his back to the Golden Gate Bridge,
Russell Wilson jersey repping,
hands raised
high
in the air,
middle fingers
extended.

Yep.
F the Whiners.
F the Quakes.
F the A’s.
And the Giants.
F San Francisco.

But mostly,
F the Whiners.

Tin Man’s Proof Of Heart: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

August 20, 2014

Have you ever seen/
your own heart? I have, so I/
know that I have one.

<em>Click this link for a photo of my heart. Really. During Constrictive Pericarditis surgery in the early 2000s

Aching Thumb, Hurting Heart: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku Lament

February 1, 2013

My thumb never ached/
as much then as my breaking/
heart is hurting now.