Posts Tagged ‘grounded’

Pictured As Grounded: Revolutionary Blogging Haiku

December 5, 2013

Jumping in a grass field in Midway, Utah
The photos always/
show me, though jumping*, grounded./
But I know better.

OR

*dancing,
Midway grass field dancing

When Your Wings Get Clipped: Revolutionary ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

January 6, 2013

When your wings get clipped,/
though you don’t know why, you still/
want to try to fly.

On Being “Grounded” In Love: Romantic IMprov Poem

November 23, 2010

A woman, for whom I’d written the previous poem, read it to her daughter over the phone, almost as it was created. Her daughter laughed. The woman said: “She keeps me grounded”. This was my IMprov response:

She keeps you grounded?
Stuck
in what?
The muck
and the mire?
The dirt that’s the death
of romance’s fire?

The young think they know
what it means to feel passion’s glow.
But they don’t.
It’s only youthful lust.
As age comes, so arrives patience
and trust.

And the romance that fuels
our aged desire
is the very thing which pulls
us out of the mire
and sends our passionate flames
soaring ever higher.

So when we fall, exhausted,
in each other’s arms again,
we’ll arise, phoenix-like,
from where youth has never been.

Trusting Me In Story: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poem

May 13, 2010

I told her about U,/
of the 1st story we shared,/
back when U/
asked 2b grounded,/
and I surrounded/
U with a warm sea breeze./
U fell asleep./
“She trusted U.”