Posts Tagged ‘Email poetry’

When Is A Selfie Not: Revolutionary Email Haiku

June 4, 2016

If you take photos/
with someone else in the pics,/
are they true selfies?

A Sonnet To White House Burgers: Revolutionary Email Sonnet

June 1, 2016

Some thought them lowly burgers,/
but the company they kept/
elevated these patties much higher/
than any cow had ever lept.

Over the moon they flew,/
then back upon dinner plates./
Cheeses! Cheddar, Swiss or bleu!/
Seasoned to the taste.

The decor is historic/
in this intimate dining pub./
Yet at this lake aire White House/
the food is never called “grub”.

Whether in garden room, bar, or dining nook/
this cuisine gives a break you’ll be glad you took.*
OR
*this cuisine deserves a closer look.

Optimism Personified: Revolutionary Email Haiku

May 31, 2016

The glass is half full./
The sun is always either/
rising or setting.
OR

The sun is always/
either rising or setting./
My glass is half full.

Making Creative Choices: Revolutionary Email Rhyming Haiku

May 14, 2016

He had the chance to/
meet and woo, but instead chose/
to create more verse.