Posts Tagged ‘closet’

What Are You Really Saying When You Buy Me Clothes? Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

August 30, 2012

My closet’s full of/
clothes. I’ll fall for that she who/
won’t try to change me.

To a Friend Closet Cleaning, Springing, Soaring: Revolutionary Blogging Improv Poem

October 11, 2010

The closets we hold/
with our memories/
and regrets/
and pain/
and anger/
and ‘what if’s’/
and “I should have’s”/

choke us,/
like an albatross/
around our neck,/
like a millstone tied,/
weighing us down,/
like a bad meal/
returning again/
and again/
and again;/
sour burning/
into our throat./

And when we dare/
swallow deeply,/
and open/
the closet,/
face our fears,/
disgard the distrust,/
harness our hurts,/
tame our trash,/
and purge our past,/
it’s not just spring/
It’s our spring/
We jump./
We leap./
We soar.

The Shoe in Her Closet: Revolutionary IMprov Blog Poetry

September 18, 2010

The shoe that sits in your closet/
but is never worn/
is not a shoe at all/
but an ornament/
to adorn/
a dark, hidden space/
that only you/
know about.

Entering Her Closet: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

June 10, 2010

She showed me her shoes./
15 snakeskin pumps, MJ’s./
I understand her.

She showed me her shoes./
15 snakeskin pumps, MJ’s./
I’m in her closet

Gifts and Love Ungiven: A Romantic ConTEXTing Poetic Lament

March 23, 2010

In my pantry,/
r gifts:/
Some yummy,/
some funny,/
sum of time./
It’s a crime/
they waste/
my place space./
But gifts,/
like love,/
r no good/
when shoved.