Posts Tagged ‘fall’

Why Would I Fall? Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

January 12, 2017

As she leaves, she quips:/
“Don’t fall in love”. It’s too hard/
when your heart’s breaking.

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As Folks Fall: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku Lament

September 26, 2016

As folks fall, reach out./
If they turn away, you don’t/
have to watch them crash.

Canada Geese Formation At Moonrise And Sunrise: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

August 28, 2015

Good morning, geese V!/
I cried seeing you against/
the moon last night, too

Why Fall? Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

May 6, 2015

Isn’t it better/
to rise to meet someone than/
to fall for someone?

Waiting For The Face Plant: Romantic Blogging Free Verse Poem

May 6, 2015

You know that moment
when you trip
and begin to fall
and know you’re going
to crash and burn,
but haven’t hit yet?

The moment between
“Oh, crap!”
and “OUCH!”?

Asking someone out
on a date
via email
or instant message
or text,
and then hearing
only silence
is like that:

The moment
just before
the face plant.

Tall Fall Catch: Romantic ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

August 25, 2014

Although you’re tall, if /
you fall for me I promise/
this: I will catch you.

Slipping While Climbing: Romantic Blogging Sonnet

March 23, 2014

He tried to climb/
to her lofty peak.
Companionship sublime/
was what he’d seek.

He lost the right path/
along that high way.
Trying to create laughs;
he failed in what to say.

As he fell and slipped/
down the mountain side,/
he murmured to himself, tight lipped:
“That wasn’t how I should have tried.”

He wondered: Could he try again, change and repent/
now that he was sure where the correct path went?

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.

Centering Tree: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

October 25, 2013

Centering tree on the shores of Lake Winneconne, where I heard Spring come, and watched Fall leaveCottonwood trees on the shore of Lake Winneconne. Where I heard spring comeIt’s the same tree, the /
same place I heard spring come. Now/
fall’s here. I weep joy.

Anticipating Autumn Leaves: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

October 11, 2013

Autumn half moon waxing over Mt. Nebo, UtahThe waxing half moon
gives the promise of a bright/
fall spectacular.