Posts Tagged ‘flight attendant’

Mile High Muse: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

February 22, 2014

Mile High Muse on SWA between PHX and SAT, holding an air sickness bagI’d say she joined the/
Mile High (Muse) Club, but she hates/
those innuendos.

Too Old For Kids: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

February 21, 2014

This is a follow-on to the previous limerick, “Too Old For Kids?
Why do women think/
I don’t want kids? I’ve raised four./
I’d gladly have more.

Too Old For Kids: Romantic ConTEXTing Limerick

February 21, 2014

This limerick and the following 2 haiku were Inspired by a conversation with several flight attendants on an SWA flight from PHX to SAT.
Mile High Muse on SWA between PHX and SAT, holding an air sickness bag
There once was a flight attendant/
who men thought was heaven sent*./
My phone request got a “maybe”/
because she wants to have babies,/
and can’t see that’s where I went.

OR
*resplendent.

Seeing Her Again: Romantic Haiku

April 29, 2013

Intense mem’ries flood/
back. I’m glad I can laugh at/
how silly I was!
Delta Airlines between Tokyo and Seattle

I Write; You Fly: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poetry

April 2, 2011

U/
who/
soars/
and serves/
smiles/
and miles/
daily,/
maybe/
U’ll find a guy/
who’ll make U sigh./
I/
try/
2b/
that he,/
2 bring/
U wings./
U don’t even sigh./
U write; I fly.