Posts Tagged ‘lesson’

He Prayed At The Church Potluck: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

November 4, 2014

He prayed at the church/
potluck for the Apostles/
and Prophet. He’ll stay.
OR
At the church potluck,/
he prayed for the Prophet and/
Apostles. He’ll stay.
Or
He’s good.

Simple Testimony: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

August 17, 2014

“This Gospel is true.”/
His lesson was complex, but/
that was the best truth.

Seeing Our Faces Of Testimony: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

November 24, 2013

WIth her first sentence,/
the Matriarch taught lessons/
of testimony.

Teach Me Again And Again: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

November 2, 2013

I want to sit at /
her feet and be taught, again,/
lessons I forget.

A Birthday Sonnet For My Daughter

October 25, 2012

You, daughter, and I are apart
By physical distance.
By directions of the heart.
By life’s circumstance.

By twists and turns
Caused by poor choices made;
By hard lessons not learned;
By words said and unsaid.

Yet in my heart, mind and soul,
You dwell with me.
Everywhere I go,
You’re with me constantly.

No matter how far apart we may roam
In my heart you’ll always have a home.

London’s Kite Lesson Day 3: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

August 4, 2012

In London I at/
last recall Mary Poppins’/
lesson about kites.

Thoughts On A Sunday Charity Lesson: A Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poem

August 9, 2009

Our lesson is on charity./
2 visit the sick, poor, lonely./
It’s something I try 2 do./
2 ask ‘How r u?’/
But for 3 years I’ve been lonely./
Y does no one love me?