Posts Tagged ‘Moss’

Does She Still Read Me? Romantic Blogging Haiku

September 20, 2015

Does she still read me?/
Years of silence don’t mean that/
I’ll forget my Muse.

Returning To Seattle: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

December 10, 2014

Giant red cedars./
Moss. Ferns. Rain. Gray skies. Traffic.
I don’t miss a thing.

Three Sisters Full Moon Shining: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

January 18, 2014

With full moon shine on/
mossed canyon walls, all we spoke/
of was you sisters.

How To Find Directions: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

March 29, 2013

Finding direction’s/
easy. See what side of your/
tree the Moss is on.

In Her Brother’s Memory: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

December 28, 2011

A friend’s brother, who was a guitar and banjo maestro, recently passed away. He befriended the homeless, bringing them home for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
This holiday season, I saw a homeless man standing on the corner, in the rain, with a guitar case next to him. I thought of my friend’s brother, rolled down the window, gave the minstrel some money, and said “There should always be music!” Then I wrote this.

She won’t even know/
I gave money to homeless/
guys with wet guitars.