Posts Tagged ‘ebb and flow’

Dancing on The Savanah: Revolutionary IMprov Sonnet

October 7, 2010

Feeling harmonic ebb and flow, do you,
treading across the savanah’s plains, care to
take a creative chance/
and passionately dance?

Barefoot in grasses green,
to musicians only heard, not seen./
Whose creative muse from far away/
calms us when confused and holds sway/

over our hearts, souls, and hands
and as we dance ‘mid the grass and sands
we come to the conclusion:/
there should be no confusion!

Our mental, soulful, heartfelt views,
as we dance, hold only music and muse.

Blonde Witty Pretty By Piano: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

March 17, 2010

Blonde./
Witty./
Pretty./
Fond/
of life’s/
ebb and flow,/
and lack of strife./
She sat by a piano,/
speaking of her kid./
She asked me/
if I’d write her poetry./
So I did.

Missing a Meeting: A Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poem

April 16, 2009

Hello?/
I’m guessing today is a no go-/
no show?/
Just let me know/
so I can prepare 2 go/
with or without yo,/
ya know?/
I’ll just go/
with the ebb and flow/
some mo!