Posts Tagged ‘lazy’

Start Now To Serve: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

September 20, 2015

I have been selfish/
and lazy, but I can start/
now to better serve.

Good Question At The Temple: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

July 3, 2015

The old man in the/
parking lot asked: “How come you’re/
hanging back?” Yes. Why?

Homage To The Moon, Setting: Revolutionary ImproVerse Free Verse Poem

January 6, 2015

Full Moon setting amidst cottonwoods, willows, maples over Lake WinneconneIt’s early morning./
The sun/
sleeps in./

In this winter farmland,/
he,/
lazy like me,/
has not yet shucked
his blanket.

But the moon,/
bright,/
woman-full
and luscious,/
works her way/
through cold/
spindly/
cottonwood-maple-willow/
tree fingers./

They reach skyward
to cup her/
and hold her/
and uphold her/
longer/
until Apollo/
can wake up.

Do Word Immortalize? Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

October 18, 2013

Am I just lonely?/
Lazy? Or do I hope my/
words immortalize?

The Highest and Best Creative Use: Revolutionary IMprov Poem

July 7, 2010

You’ve certainly
set my creativity
on fire!
Is that good? This creative desire?

Absolutely!
To be amused
by a muse
should never be confused
with being lazy
nor abused.

It’s the highest
and best
creative use
to get my creative juice
going
and flowing.