Posts Tagged ‘canoe’

I’m In Shock And Awe. Paddle Me Home, Bow Man: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

July 27, 2017

Canoe sunset, Lake Winneconne, July 2017A huge event in/
my life just happened and I/
have nothing to say.

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Gorgeous Sunset, Empty Bow: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku Lament

July 22, 2016

Gorgeous sunsets are/
more pleasant to watch when there’s/
someone in the bow.
Gorgeous Sunset, empty bow on Lake Winneconne

Primal Lakeshore Discovery: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

June 18, 2016

New Primal Lakeshore sunset, Lake Winneconne, WIDecades lived on the/
same lakeshore, and still I find/
a primal refuge.
New Primal Lakeshore sunset, Lake Winneconne, WI, shadow of a canoeist on an exposed tree root

Summertime Solution: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

June 14, 2016

There are times when you/
just have to paddle out, go/
slow, and cause no wake.
Mouth of Mud Creek, Lake Winneconne, WI, slow, cause no wake

Wildflower Canoe View: Revolutionary Blogging Iambic Poem

June 9, 2016

Some may hike.
Some may bike.
They’ll rush
to
view
Indian Paintbrush.
Or walk for hours
for glimpses of alpine wildflowers.

But to have seen
duckweed green
and water iris blue,
I canoe.
Canoe View: Water Iris and Duck Week, Lake Winneconne, June 2016

Scare No Share: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

June 8, 2016

The saddest part of /
scaring her away is I’ve/
no one to share with.
Water Iris and Duck Week, Lake Winneconne, June 2016

Naturgy — Sailboat And A Rummage Sale Canoe: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku(s)

June 2, 2016

His friends like power/
in their boats. He relaxes/
with paddles and wind.
Naturgy: Canoe and Sailboat on Lake Winneconne's eastern shore
Rummage sale canoe:/
A man’s time machine back to/
youth, nature and peace.
Canoe time machine -- Lake Winneconne, Wisconsin, June 2016

Use A Canoe To Recover From Dumping: Romantic ConTEXTing Free Verse Poem

May 23, 2016

Red-winged blackbirds sing in a Wisconsin marsh — YouTube Video

When you’ve been/
dumped,/
take your canoe/
up a creek/
without a partner./

Still,/
alone,/
listen to /
red-winged blackbird/
couples/
sing together/
as they watch,/
and feather their nests,/
and call sweet dreams/
to the sunset.
Red-winged blackbird couple sing to a canoe up a creek without a paddle, Lake Winneconne / Mud Creek, May 2016

It’s Good, Aina Hey? Ja Mon! Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

May 23, 2016

She’s cruisin’ ‘roun’ da/
Bahamas. He’s paddling up/
da creek. Is One best?
Mouth of Mud Creek Sunset, May, 2016, Lake Winneconne, Wisconsin

My Sunset’s Hangin’ Upside Down: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

May 21, 2016

Lake sunsets are great:/
Beautiful even when they’re/
taken upside down.MudCreekMouthSunset_May2016, beautiful even upside down