Posts Tagged ‘dock’

Verse Cooked Out: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

May 28, 2016

He worked on the dock in the sun. His verse got cooked out of him.He worked on the dock,/
bolting down slats in the sun./
His verse was cooked out.


Unseen Sunsets Are Still There: Revolutionary Blogging Free Verse Poem

May 25, 2016

The first thunderstorm
has passed.
The next one,
slated for post-dusk,
is gathering.

In the peaceful
I sit on the dock,
overlook the lake,
and snap yet another
Wisconsin lake
sunset photograph.

This one, though,
is dark.
Little light.
and yet ….

I send the grainy snapshot
to those who have appreciated
past captured sunsets.
Used to
color-streaked skies
and clouds swirled together
like neopolitan ice cream
or saltwater taffy,
most see
Just a black rectangle
with a glimmer of blue.
“Where is what?!?” they ask.
“I don’t see it!” they say.

Though different,
this, too,
captures and feels/
the way a sunset should:/
capturing the day’s
soft mood,
with just enough light
to let hope
rush through the night
toward a new day.
Post storm sunset light, Lake Winneconne, WI, May, 2016

Dad’s Bench, My Labor, God’s Sunset, Mom: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

April 29, 2016

Bench and God's Sunset, Lake Winneconne, WisconsinDozens of butts will/
sit on a wood bench I built,/
watch sunsets God made.

December On The Water: Revolutionary Blogging Haiku

December 2, 2015
Lake Winneconne canal snowy dock, clear water, December 2015

Lake Winneconne Dock

New snow, winter warmth,/
sunshine and clear waters call: /
One last canoe trip.

Steps To Baptism: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

May 21, 2014

Steps from the dock into the lake ... aka steps to baptism, Lake WinneconneThere are many steps/
which lead to your baptism./
Some you must install.

ALSO (Because these two poems sort of go together):
18:09 — Making An Entrance: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

In order to make/
an entrance, first I had to/
put in the staircase.

The Pull Of The Lake: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

November 2, 2013

If the dock were still/
out or the shore were of sand,/
I would skinny-dip.

Lake Late Fall Preparation: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

October 29, 2013

The dock and boats are/
in for the winter. I wish/
she was in my arms.

Late fall lake preparations: Romantic improverse haiku

October 29, 2013

The dock and boats are/
In for the winter. I wish/
She was in my arms.

The Last Sunset: Revolutionary IMproVerse Haiku

October 25, 2013

Last Winneconne sunsetTonight is the last/
sunset from the dock. I know/
there’s always next year.

You Asked What I’d Like: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

September 2, 2010

Someone to stand on/
the dock and watch the crashing/
storm with would be nice.