Posts Tagged ‘inspiration’

Should You Or Do You Just Want To? Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

August 19, 2015

Why’s dating so hard?/
Either you’re supposed to ask,/
or you just want to.

God’s Messenger Takes A Jar Of Plums To Herb: Revolutionary ImproVerse Free Verse

August 5, 2015

I drive
past palm trees
and mangrove swamps
and sawgrass
and waterways
and gators,
by divine request
to kibbitz
with an old man,
church friends of mine’s father,
to bring him
home-canned plums in apple juice
and love
and blessings to a blind man,
that he may see again
his daughter’s devotion.

I’m sent by divine decree.
The thought came to me,
suddenly, surprisingly,

So why do I fear?
Why am I nervous?
Why do I feel silly?
My big heart
can carry the message
God wants it to bring.

Does My Brain Think In (Just)Haiku? Romantic ConTEXTing Sonnet

May 20, 2015

When the mood is right,/
and his brain works in time,/
he takes delight/
thinking in verse and rhyme.

He gets inspiration/
from many a source./
There’s no frustration/
as creativity runs its course.

His brain thinks aloud/
in a myriad of forms./
what others see through a shroud,/
he views as the norm.

As he views life and thinks upon it,/
he can write haiku, free verse or sonnet.

Should Creatives Stop? Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

March 15, 2015

As a creative,/
should you ever stop looking/
for inspiration?
As a creative,/
never retreat from searching/
for inspiration?

Inert Black And White Striped Shirts: Revolutionary Rhyming Napkin Haiku

March 12, 2015

Couple on a date, wearing black and white striped shirts, at Speak for Yourself open mic night, Enliten Cafe', Provo, UtahBoy and girl, inert,/
at the bar. Both are wearing/
black and white striped shirts.

And The Lord Was Not In The Wind: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

December 12, 2014

When you follow the/
Lord’s promptings you may learn why/
you had to do it.

I Wish The Gardens Were Open: Revolutionary ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

November 19, 2014

Out of the garden, inspired blossoms glowThough the gardens are/
closed, inspiration and light/
still blossoms and glows.
Though the gardens are/
closed, the inspiration and/
the light still blossoms.

We Don’t Listen: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

August 25, 2014

We yell and ask, loud,/
then don’t like answers.

Green (First Timer Napkin Poet) Inspiration: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

August 15, 2014

“This is my first time”,/
she said, “Thanks to that guy there!”/
I’ve found my calling.