Posts Tagged ‘melancholy’

Sunset Yawp: Revolutionary IMprov Iambic Free Verse

May 9, 2016

I feel
a great deal
of melancholy
folly
going on.
It’s not fun.
But I’ll face the setting sun
and again soulfully yawp
like Uncle Walt
Whitman.
Carpe Diem.

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Melancholy Friday Evening: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

July 18, 2014

His melancholy/
hung heavy and he wished for/
an East Coast Café.
Or

Melancholy hung /
heavy. He wished to be at/
some East Coast Café.

When A Dream Comes True: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

December 20, 2013

When your dream comes true,/
then vanishes, you get scared,/
*then melancholy.
Or

*frustrated and sad.

32 Years Ago Today: Revolutionary Rhyming ImproVerse Haiku

September 29, 2013

Anniversaries/
Bring melancholy feelings/
When the meaning’s gone.

Melancholy Moonrise Munchies: Romantic Alliteration ImproVerse Haiku Lament

March 25, 2013

The moonrise over/
Spring City shone superbly;/
the citrus was sour.

History Repeats Me: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poetry

May 23, 2011

As I read history,/
I again c/
the same me,/
intruding where I shouldn’t b,/
pushed aside in2 melancholy./

No voice of reason/
lets me in./
1day I’ll c/
2 just b/
4 me.

The Poet Compared to Sum Yung Guy: A Restaurant Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

March 4, 2010

U sighed: He/
was lovely/
in his physicality,/
and I saw/
a trace/
of melancholy,/
deep, raw,/
cross yer face./
Pity/
that he/
isn’t me/
who gets U and rites/
deep poetry.