Posts Tagged ‘help’

As Folks Fall: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku Lament

September 26, 2016

As folks fall, reach out./
If they turn away, you don’t/
have to watch them crash.

Join Me Dancing On The Dock With No Comment: Revolutionary ImproVerse Free Verse Poem

January 1, 2015

When I invite you
to listen to
the flash of brilliance
and the crash of thunder
from my words,
I do not ask
for edits,
or opinion,
or help.

I simply
invite you to join me,
standing on the dock,
watching the storm approach
and roll
and form.

I ask you to dance
on the wind with me,
no matter what
your movements may be,
no matter what
my jam may look like.

But please don’t tell me
to do a Demi pliƩ
when I want
to play air guitar.


Return The Favor: Revolutionary Improv Haiku

October 12, 2014

As we so often/
called him, now please do in your/
time of need: Call us!

Verifying What I Heard Of My Worth: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

October 4, 2014

“We need each of us/
to help.” That verifies what/
His servant told me.

Hurt Instead Of Help: Romantic Blogging Free Verse Lament

July 19, 2014

Don’t you hate it when
you try to help,
but hurt instead?
And leave her
standing on the curb,
or staring at her phone,
or leaning, hands limp, on the keyboard,
or slouched in her chair,
or sitting in her car,
or slumped against the doorway,
heart breaking,
and wondering:
“What the hell
just happened?”

Help Her Feel Joy: Romantic IMprov Haiku

June 18, 2014

Is trying to help/
every interesting woman/
feel joy a bad thing?

We Don’t All Have Videos: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

January 10, 2014

Russian videos/
show strangers who help. We don’t/
see, but some still do.

Christmas Eve Helping: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

December 24, 2013

Of coarse they call me/
to help them out. They know thats/
who I am at heart.

Charity Replaces Fun: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

October 20, 2013

When I care about/
and help women I’m with, I/
stop being much fun.

Recognizing A Grandmother’s Help: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

October 6, 2013

I know you weren’t called/
out in your daughter’s blog but/
I know you’re needed.
Maybe she wasn’t/
mentioned in her daughter’s blog./
They know she’s vital.