Posts Tagged ‘lightening’

Join Me Dancing On The Dock With No Comment: Revolutionary ImproVerse Free Verse Poem

January 1, 2015

When I invite you
to listen to
the flash of brilliance
and the crash of thunder
from my words,
I do not ask
for edits,
or opinion,
or help.

I simply
invite you to join me,
standing on the dock,
watching the storm approach
and roll
and form.

I ask you to dance
on the wind with me,
no matter what
your movements may be,
no matter what
my jam may look like.

But please don’t tell me
to do a Demi pliƩ
when I want
to play air guitar.

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From Darkness To Light: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

September 1, 2012

Lightening storm clouds mean Darkness into light clouds along I-15 near Provo, UTWhen the lightening is/
too frightening I can drive from/
darkness into light.

Feeling Protective During A Storm: Romantic ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

September 1, 2012

Thunder and lightning/
frighten me enough to wish/
that you were here, too.

OR
Thunder and lightning/
are frightening enough to wish/
that you were here, too.

A Man’s Hot Flash: Revolutionary Blogging Poem

April 18, 2011

Late night.
Cool desert breeze
flows
through basement
windows.

Sweat drips
down my face
as I sit
and write,
solo,
into the night.

Thought I’m grateful
for inspiration’s
lightening bolts,
I thought only
menopausal women
got
hot
flashes.