Posts Tagged ‘Do’

Serving, Not Attending: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

January 29, 2017

You reach a point in/
life when you stop attending/
and just start doing.

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Defying Gravity Go Girl! Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

September 28, 2016

Remember the words/
and how they make you feel now./
Then, do what they say.

Easy Boating Choice = Don’t Hesitate: Romantic ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

August 10, 2016

When your eternal/
love asks you to sit in the/
boat’s bow with her, DO!
Sittin' in the bow of the boat, Lake Winneconne, Aug. 2016

Yawp, Find Your Center, Then Do: Revolutionary IMprov Free Verse

May 9, 2016

Yawp.
Feel.
Find
your divine
center,
You.
Yup.
Yawp.
Then do.

Doing And Being Beats Telling: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

July 8, 2015

Should I tell folks how/
to be better? Much better/
is if I go do.

No Spiritual Books: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

May 17, 2015

There are no books which/
are spiritual. We must/
ponder, apply, do.

Maybe Why It’s Not Art: Revolutionary Blogging Haiku

February 8, 2015

I wasn’t trying/
to “say” anything. I was/
just trying to “do”.Blue drape -- what was I trying to say in Thistle's Ghost Down

Do happy

December 11, 2014

When we do,
we find joy/
in doing,
not because/
Of what /
we do,/
But that/
We do.

Mental Confusion Solution: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

May 9, 2014

The best solution/
to my mental confusion?/
____ing my brains out.

What If We Just DO? Revolutionary ImproVerse Free Verse

January 1, 2014

What is it
that causes us,
at a certain age,
to believe we can’t
do
something?

What is it
that holds us back
from following
our true self?

Is it
the belief
that it’s “too late”?

What if
we just assume
we
could
do
what we want?

What if
we just say:
“I’m going
to do
this thing?”
And then
we went out
and did it?

Or we didn’t do it?

Maybe we failed at it.
So?
At least we tried.

What if,
instead of saying
that our life
sucks
or that this
and this
and that
went wrong,
we instead
look
at all
the good things
that are happening
in our life?
All the things
we are able
to do?
All the opportunities
that we have,
that we took,
that we do
and did?

What if,
instead of apologizing
for things
we don’t
do
well,
or for things
we don’t do,
we do,
and we do
the best we can,
and we take
humble pride
in knowing that
we tried.

What if,
every day,
we salute
the sunrise,
or the thumbnail
moon,
or the sunset,
or the stars?

What if,
in our heavenly
salutations,
we think
of a “Do New” thing
that we’re going to do,
and then we go
and do that thing?

What if,
every time somebody says,
“I can’t believe
all the things
you do,
and how full
your life is!”
we smile at them
and say:
“You could, too.
I believe in you.
Go and do.”

What if
they do?

What if
we all do?