Posts Tagged ‘forward’

Drawing Her In: Romantic IMprov Haiku

August 23, 2013

“”He’s impractical,/
forward, quirky … and draws me/
in like moths to flame.”

The Same View Though Convertible: Revolutionary Blogging Poetry

June 16, 2011

On a perfect,
cloudless
summer day,
before I drove away,
I pullled off
the convertible top
to better see
driving under trees,
and sky,
and buildings
going by.

A friend
got in,
and stared
forward
out the window.
She liked feeling
the wind blow
through her hair,
but only looked forward where
she always did before.
She couldn’t see more
than her previous view.
So I stopped,
and said “Look up!”
and showed her something new.

To see a surprise
view, look to the skies.

Feeling CC’d: A Romantic Sonnet

April 23, 2010

She sent me a text thank you
for my thoughts and prayers,
after she told me to
give her a break.

She said I was too much.
so, as she requested,
I kept out of touch,
and only wished her good luck.

Her text makes me a little sad,
like it was forwarded or sent to many.
Still, I suppose I should be glad
that she would even remember me.

Especially when someone with a George Clooney dose
calls her “Baby” and sends her XXOOs.

Having Written Her A Poem: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

March 17, 2010

When “Blonde/Witty/Pretty” responded to the poem (previously posted), this was my response.
Awwww {Blush}/
It was fun!/
Thank U 4/
the inspiration!/
I hope on/
the hiarchy/
of meeting somebody/
it was not 2 4ward!/
Nor abssurd!/
Just a start/
2 touch yer heart.