Posts Tagged ‘look’

See This New App And Miss: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

October 14, 2015

Don’t get so busy/
looking at your star app that/
you miss meteors.

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Packer Jester Predator Hat: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

September 18, 2015

Packer Predator Flannel HatJester’s hat in a/
ragtop makes me look and feel/
like the Predator.

Alpine Lake List: Solitude Isn’t So Solitary — Revolutionary Blogging Free Verse

May 30, 2014

Solitude moose calf, May, 2014I took a flat,
0.8 mile
saunter,
a not bored walk
on a boardwalk
around Silver Lake.

By the time I’d finished
I’d seen:
A moose cow and her calf;
Two squirrels;
New pussy willows;
One fish carcass;
Haze from a green wood campfire;
Two doe mule deer;Silver Lake Mountain Reflection with Bride
A reflecting lake;
A distant bridal photo shoot;
A towhee;
Two killdeer in flight;
Two beaver (one slap happy);Beaver at Silver Lake
Three mallards in flight;
An aspen freshly felled by the beavers;
One hen mallard on her nest;
Three ducklings under her wing;
A patch of yellow columbines;Yellow Columbines in an aspen grove
Sunset on mountain peaks;
Glowing new green on an aspen grove;
A rushing, raging, roaring mountain stream;
A new place to enjoy.

I failed to thank my tour guide,
a Dad who taught me to look,
and God.

Go Back And Look: Romantic ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

April 3, 2014

I found a poem I/
wrote her in late December./
Will she remember?

Slow Down Going Downhill: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

January 26, 2014

Descending an Alpine hillside above Bear Lake, Idaho, January 2014Again going down/
Alpine hillsides, I remind/
myself to slow down.

OR
Descending Alpine/
paths again, I remember/
I, still, must observe.

Pay Attention! Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

August 27, 2013

Opportunities/
we beg for may occur when/
we are not looking.

Hope’s First Ray: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

August 11, 2013

She could see the first /
glimmer of hope shine, but she/
was afraid to look.

Writing Cool Cyrillic Poetry: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

October 4, 2012

I wish I could write /
poetry that looks as cool/
as Без названия does.

Wildflower Lunch With Eeyore And Magpies: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

August 31, 2012

Eeyore's patch of purple Utah wildflowers shared with a magpie in a Russian Olive treeThese Eeyorian
thistles* are so pretty I’ll/
gladly not eat them.

OR

Lunchtime with Eeyore./
These thistles are so pretty.
I’ll look and not lunch.

*Upon closer examination, these purple wildflowers are NOT thistles.

Finding Your Poet’s Soul: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

August 29, 2012

Everyone has the/
soul of a poet. Just look/
for and accept it.