Posts Tagged ‘gaze’

Goddess Gazing: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

September 10, 2017

I’d never before/
gazed into the face of a/
Goddess. Now I have.

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Big-Smile Woman: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

March 14, 2016

Is it wrong to see/
a big-smile woman and wish/
she would grin your way?

When I Gaze At Fire: Romantic Blogging Poem

March 29, 2015

When I gaze at her/
and dream,/
do I become/
as every other one/
who has ever looked/
in rapt admiration,/
mouth agape,/
trying to quell/
unexpected fire?/

Or am I one/
who can look to the fire,/
feel the heat,/
imagine the flame,/
and, still,/
not get burned?

Time Share Wishful Thinking: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

July 7, 2014

I gazed at turquoise/
waters that matched her eyes, and/
knew she’d invite* me.

OR

*knew she’d share with me.

We Each Have Our Gardens: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

March 29, 2014

Man seeking solace in the Gilgal Sculpture Garden, Salt Lake CityAnd we walked through the/
garden, and he looked down. As/
we left, he gazed up.

OR

As we walked through the/
garden, he looked down. As we/
left, he gazed upward.

Desert Trinity: Revolutionary ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

January 4, 2014

South Mountain trinity -- hiking trailsIf you look closely,/
You can find the Trinity/
everywhere you gaze.

Choose To Leap Or No: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

December 19, 2013

“And when you gaze long into an abyss
the abyss also gazes into you.” ~ Nietzsche

Rather than gazing/
long into an abyss, we/
should choose and leap quick.

Recalling Her Thoughtful Night Gaze: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

September 24, 2013

A thoughtful night gaze that I rememberFacebook phone showed just/
her hair, face, neck: Enough to/
recall her night* gaze.

OR

*thought

Fear Falling Failing: Revolutionary IMprov Rhyming Haiku

September 23, 2013

To stand on cliffs, gaze/
at the abyss, fear falling /
is foolish failing.

OR

Stand on cliffs! Gaze at/
the abyss! To fear falling /
is foolish failing.

Blocking My View: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

September 17, 2013

I recall when we /
lay gazing at the full moon./
Then she blocked my view.