Posts Tagged ‘creation’

All Creation Is Great: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

November 1, 2018

She says she wasn’t/
creating anything good,/
but creation’s great.

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Sharing Fish Stories: Revolutionary Email Free Verse Sonnet

December 19, 2014

Unknowingly she, poet, captured
a moment I remembered,
of walking with salmon,
of connecting with eternal.

Feet icicle freezing,
yet warmed and massaged
by those same opal fins
she described.

My daughter and I,
captivated by glinting rainbows
beneath the river’s rivulets,
had cautiously waded in.

In firebrands’ shadows,
autumn leaves
dying orange and red,
we’d joined death and creation.

If I respond with my own fish story,
do I diffuse or enlarge her spawned memory?

My Part In The Creation: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

September 22, 2013

If I helped in the/
Creation, I’ll own ‘skeaters*,/
because they feed birds.

(aka mosquitoes*)
OR
*lake bugs,/

God’s Observation Frustration: Revolutionary IMprov Rhyming Poem

January 10, 2012

I can’t take credit for beauty’s Creation,/

but I will acknowledge my observation./

I view and grasp glory sans hesitation,/

from the grandest sunrise to the smallest crustacean./

Sometimes, I can feel His frustration/

as others walk the world in blind libation.

Muses’ Join Together: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

December 2, 2010

A friend argued with me that she wasn’t the muse for piece I wrote. This is an IMprov haiku response:

Sometimes muses join/
together. Creation is/
summarization.

Blonde Bohemian Rhapsody: Romantic IMprov Email Sonnet

October 7, 2010

You moved in me/
a blonde Bohemian rhapsody:/
I’m an artist in awe/
of your creation that I saw.

Your descriptive phraseology/
speaks to me soul-fully./
People, life, the universe is good./
(A thought by most too rarely understood.)

And avoiding the glitter, glitz and dross/
by staying out of malls at all cost!/
To instead choose painted or starlight dancing/
and out-in-nature or adventurous romancing.

Sharing our heart — and our art — has potential.
How do we do it? That’s inconsequential.
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add-on couplet
I look forward to hearing from you.
Thanks for being my Bohemian Muse.