Posts Tagged ‘gardening’

The Cure For Teeny Zucchini: Revolutionary Email Rhyming Haiku

February 1, 2016

When the zucchini/
are much too teeny, one should/
water more freely!

Gardening Lesson 101: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

April 20, 2014

Did you water like /
you oughta? That’s good when it’s/
hot. If not, plants die.

The Garden Of Life’s Constant: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

March 6, 2014

Fred constantly watches over a changing garden _ March 2014Families change. kids grow/
and move. Gardens go to weed./
Fred’s the great constant.


Desert Gardening Results: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

June 14, 2012

Cracked fingers and split /
heels show I’m not used to dry
/desert soil gard’ning.

Hard Gardening Yields The Best Results: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poetry

February 19, 2011

2 work harder/
2 earn./

The sweetest rose petals/
get their mettle/
b4 proving they/
r the best 2/
smell and view./

She, 2,/
needs work 2 bloom.

To a Rose Not Seeing: Revolutionary Email IMprov Sonnet

September 14, 2010

Romance and beauty/
were never far from the rose./
She just could never see clearly/
whether awake or in sweet repose./

It followed her/
where e’r she went:/
out gardening le’ Fleur,/
or collecting the rent,/

Or cheering her children,/
or entertaining her friends,/
the rose’s beauty and/
romance had no beginning, nor end./

To see romance and beauty clearer,/
the rose needed simply to find a mirror.