Posts Tagged ‘midnight’

Midnight silence: romantic imProverse haiku lament

January 23, 2013

At Midnight, when you’re/
so far away, the silence/
is even louder.

Late Night Wishful Thinking: Revolutionary Improv Haiku Lament

July 29, 2011

Why does my phone ring?/
It’s midnight! I’m a late night/
verbal booty call.

Keeping My Goal: Revolutionary Blogging Poem

June 5, 2011

Hands chilled,
I wait for the sun
to drift past
riprap rocks,
to warm my keyboard.

As dawn comes
to a near-silent lake
(the 6:01 a.m. to Dallas flys overhead
and the first waterskiers jet out
to meet the waking,
wakeless lake),
I look at site stats.

No one viewed me today.
(She had a busy night.)
I catch up
on poetry written
but not blogged.
Yesterday’s busy sunshine
grew weeds,
strawberry plants,
tomatoes to plant,
roses to water,
rhubarb to harvest,
and one,
published a minute before

My one-a-day
remains intact,
not on purpose,
but just
in fact.

My hands remain numb
as I wait for the sun
to come.


Mourning A No Return: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

April 5, 2011

The morning fled to/
midnight. She never returned./
I’m now mid-mourning.

Full Moon Motown Midnight: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

February 19, 2011

Top down. Full moon out./
Otis cranked up. I’m solo./
It gets no better!

Worried Waiting At Midnight 4U: Revolutionary Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

October 13, 2010

Waiting at midnight/
for you to drive home through mists./
Someone else got called.