Posts Tagged ‘kitchen dance’

Memories At A Dance: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

May 17, 2013

I couldn’t recall,/
but she remembered. I was/
her first kitchen dance.

Needing More Than Hugs: Romantic Improv Email Sonnet

November 10, 2010

Is that all you want? A hug?
Oh, E, oh! I need so much more!
I need you to roll up the rug!
I need us to tear up the floor.

I need to caress your sweet-framed face,
to put you in a trance,
as I glide you from place to place,
in a soft, warm late autumn dance.

And then you’ll take me by the hand,
and lead me where you will:
up stairs, down halls, to promised lands,
where our volcanic intensity thrills.

Where days, weeks, months, years of craving
moves and melts into fun misbehaving.

Tales Told of Kitchen Dance: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

June 20, 2010

I wished once, only,/
to dance in your kitchen. Now,/
I long to tell tales.

Kitchen Dance Request 2: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

June 18, 2010

Your woo-er/
and fun-doer/
would fane/
ask again:/
What think ye of dancing in/
your kitchen?/
Is that a delight?/
Or a fright?

Songbird Waltz Kitchen Dance: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

May 31, 2010

Can one who can’t dance/
in the kitchen grasp the waltz/
of rain and songbirds?


Can one who dances/
in the kitchen grasp the waltz/
of rain and songbirds?


Only one who’ll dance/
in the kitchen grasps the waltz/
of rain and songbirds.