Posts Tagged ‘grasp’

Slow Dance Grasp: Romantic IMprov Rhyming Haiku

January 26, 2016

He wondered why he’d /
never had the chance to grasp/
her in a slow dance.

3 Good Alternatives: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

May 21, 2015

What if there is an/
alternative, and we are/
just too dang stubborn?
OR
What if there’s a good/
alternative and we’re too/
stubborn to grasp it?
or
stubborn to grab it?

For My Eyes Only (I Hope): Romantic Blogging Iambic Poem

January 19, 2015

She sent me
A selfie.
I gasped,
struggling hard to grasp
the beauty
of the vision laid before me.

Skin gold with Rembrandt’s light.
Mona Lisa’s smile sly with delight.
Flowing Botticelli Venus tangled hair.
Picasso’s Laughing Eyes sparkling stare.

Colors, shapes, forms and hues
Glowing, curving, warm, subdued.
A creative, introspective self-portrait.
(Nobody would expect that I’d see that.)

From the mature topic picture I was sent,
T’was not to the profane, but the artistic my mind went.

Small Sacrifices: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

December 15, 2013

Small sacrifices/
are opportunities we/
see and grasp each day.

You Could Be Loved: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

February 2, 2013

You’ll accept being
objectified but you can’t
grasp being cared for.

Ask To Learn: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

August 4, 2011

If you don’t ask or/
discuss, you’ll never learn or /
grasp what the truth is.

Or

grasp where the truth lies.

Stopping Her Complaints: Romantic IMprov Haiku

July 1, 2011

If he were with her/
he’d grasp her fingers tightly/
and kiss her quiet.

Songbird Waltz Kitchen Dance: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

May 31, 2010

Can one who can’t dance/
in the kitchen grasp the waltz/
of rain and songbirds?

OR

Can one who dances/
in the kitchen grasp the waltz/
of rain and songbirds?

OR

Only one who’ll dance/
in the kitchen grasps the waltz/
of rain and songbirds.