Posts Tagged ‘hesitate’

Locks Of Hair, Flowing: Revolutionary IMprov Sonnet

February 18, 2013

Locks of hair, flowing,/
cascade down her shoulders./
The sunlight catches it, glowing,/
causing suitors to be bolder.

She, fearful, hesitates,/
to take that first stride./
Having learned, too late,/
that it’s sometimes a bad ride.

Yet he, not spurned,/
presses on to know her more./
For in his wisdom he’s learned/
what trust and faith are for.

Those traits, correctly called upon, can unlock the actions/
that make fear undone and open up life’s passions.

Why Do We Wait: Romantic IMprov Sonnet

March 24, 2011

Why haven’t you,
in the depth of a sigh,
opened your ears and mind
and let me inside?

Why do I need to wait
for that perfect moment in time?
Why should I hesitate
to co-create something sublime?

Why do we
wait, watch and wonder
when we could create and see
things that tear us asunder?

Why do we stand on the sideline of life’s game?
Isn’t it the hesitating that drives us insane?