Posts Tagged ‘honor’

Mothers Day, 2017, Tribute: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Prose

May 14, 2017

I texted this to a friend early this morning. As I wrote this, deep in my thoughts were the way my own birth Mother raised me until 10, and how she has been my roommate for the last 6 years; my Mom, who took over raising me through the tough tween and teen years, and who was such a great friend and companion to my father for more than 55 years (and still counting! ); and the mother of my children, who was my friend and companion for decades, and who has continued to love, support and sustain our children.
I think it applies to almost every mother I know, and so, even though I’m not mentioning you by name, I hope you will feel honored this Mother’s Day. And thank you!

Motherhood may start at the birth of children. Some may think it ends when those children leave the nest, but true compassionate mothers continue to provide spiritual, physical, emotional, and mental support and stability and stay connected to their children throughout their life.
You are doing that with your children, and so, on this Mother’s Day, I honor you and respect you and uplift you and wish you a happy and joyful Mother’s Day.

How Freedom Rings: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

November 3, 2015

I voted: Election Day 2015 with Abe LincolnAs Freedom’s bells ring,/
once again it’s an honor/
and priv’lege to vote.

Dear Heaven: Hold A Tee Time For Kevin — Revolutionary Rhyming Blogging Poem

October 11, 2014

As the golfer waits/
to die,/
I cry,/
then go play/
the back nine/
in his honor.Hold his tee time: Glanstan Golf Course fall colors - Payson, UT

Honoring A Painful Muse: Romantic ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku Lament

November 1, 2013

A wise poet should/
always honor she who’s his/
muse, though painfully.
OR

Because a poet/
should honor she who was his/
muse, though painfully.

Remembering Who I Am: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

August 13, 2013

White plume on asphalt is a reminderJust when I thought life/
was falling apart I found,/
again, the white plume.

Who Are Pioneers? Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

May 23, 2013

List’ning to honor
placed on pioneers, I am
thankful for Mother.

Respecting Mother Nature: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

August 25, 2011

Beneath the shadow of Mt. Rainier, lupine, indian paintbrush and other wildflowers bloom.
Amidst splendor /
caused by sunset light and wild blooms,/
i remove my hat.

Sometimes I’m Proud Of Myself: Revolutionary Improv Blogging Sonnet

May 26, 2011

Sometimes I’m proud of myself.
I can put my desires on the shelf
and listen to what others want
and honor and respect them, for once.

It’s always been hard for me
to resolve to be still completely.
To let others have their way;
To not have to have the last say.

I usually think that I know best
but tonight, I’m trying a little test:
Someone wants to keep me at bay,
so silently aloof is how I’ll stay.

My mind says I know better than they,
but respect for them keeps me away.