Posts Tagged ‘glass slipper’

He’d Had His Chance: Romantic Blogging Free Verse Poem

December 14, 2014

He’d had his chance
to dance
the faithful foxtrot;
the passionate polka;
the spiritual samba;
the wayfaring man waltz.

He had,
once,
started the music playing,
but then,
in his ignorance,
had hit several wrong chords,
and the dance ended.

The stagecoach turned
into a pumpkin,
and the glass slipper
cracked and shattered.

But he kept humming
different tunes,
until he figured out
which one was his
true
melody.

Which one
could be played
in hallowed courts.

Which one
would ring right
in her ears,
through her brain,
flutter her heart,
transform her soul
as his
had been.

He hoped she,
with her lofty view,
would let him
sing again,
high on the mountain top.

Singing To A Slipper Of Glass: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

November 13, 2014

I laughed that the prince/
sang to a glass slipper, but/
I totally would.

Post Ball-Enthused Blues: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

December 22, 2013

Now I know what the/
prince felt like after dancing/
with Cinderella.

Hard To Judge: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

August 9, 2013

I wonder how she’d/
respond if the slipper were/
on the other foot.