Posts Tagged ‘face’

Needing More Than Hugs: Romantic Improv Email Sonnet

November 10, 2010

Is that all you want? A hug?
Oh, E, oh! I need so much more!
I need you to roll up the rug!
I need us to tear up the floor.

I need to caress your sweet-framed face,
to put you in a trance,
as I glide you from place to place,
in a soft, warm late autumn dance.

And then you’ll take me by the hand,
and lead me where you will:
up stairs, down halls, to promised lands,
where our volcanic intensity thrills.

Where days, weeks, months, years of craving
moves and melts into fun misbehaving.

I See You Not Near: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

October 24, 2010

Your name calls to me/
from road signs, faces, jerseys./
Yet you are not near.

Face Caress Scared You: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

October 14, 2010

I’m sorry I tried/
caressing your face. It was/
kindness out of place.

You Don’t Need Beauty Sleep: Romantic IMprov Haiku

August 23, 2010

Having seen your face/
I know, ‘neath a full moon’s glow,/
beauty sleep’s a waste.

Beauty Queen Sunrise Part 2 – What Sun?: Romantic ConTEXTing IMprov Haiku

July 22, 2010

“What sun?” she smiles, asks,/
not knowing her face shines bright/
when she awakens.

Why I Pause Before I Leave: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

June 13, 2010

I need a minute/
to memorize your face for/
the hours we are apart.

Embracing Tulips: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

June 10, 2010

Soft tulips/
embrace/
her sweet mouth/
like the fingertips/
and face/
that a lover slips/
into place.

If I Were at Your Place: Romantic ConTEXTing Limerick

April 9, 2010

If I were over at your place,/
I’d reach over and caress your face./
But I’m not,/
so I thought/
I’ll send you my feelings through space.

Tropical Chocolate Dreaming: a Few Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

April 6, 2010

I visited a friend, who served me chocolate from the Big Island. We drifted off to platonic sleep. I dreamed. These are versions of the same dream haiku. I don’t know what she dreamed of.

We ate choco-late./
Holding hands,we fell asleep,/
dreaming of palm trees.
————
We ate chocolate late./
I caressed her face, hair, hands;/
We dreamed of gold sands.

We ate chocolate late./I caressed her face and hands./We dreamt golden sands.

Where Self-Confident Went: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

March 27, 2010

Will she/
embrace/
me?/
Or in my face/
c/
a Robin Williams look-alike,/
turn and race/
screaming ‘YIKE!’/

Often I’m confident;/
sometimes I don’t know where it went.