Posts Tagged ‘move’

She Moves Me: Romantic IMprov Haiku

September 6, 2014

I sit on the train./
It seems to not be moving/
because she stirs me.

Two Neighborhoods. Two Sounds. Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

April 5, 2014

Most neighborhoods have/
singing birds. Mine has freeway/
truck noise. Should I move?

Warmly Relocating: Romantic ImproVerse haiku

February 28, 2014

I’d move back to the /
Northwest if I had someone /
who would keep me warm.

Weight Loss Compliment: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

April 6, 2013

My mom said: “Move your /
little carcass.” I’ll take that /
as a compliment.

Distance Phone Sleep Aids: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

June 10, 2011

If I move the phone/
away from my head-hands-heart,/
I can sleep better

Filling A Dull Ache Hole: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

May 3, 2011

How big is/
your heart’s hole?/

Can it b filled,/
like a river,/
with floods of words,/
levee breaking,/
that move U?/

Do food,/
wine dull the ache?/
Or only empathy?

Who Says She Can’t Dance?: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

March 13, 2011

With a body like/
hers, no one cares how she moves,/
only that she does.

Legacy Of Moving Helpers: Revolutionary IMprov Sonnet

March 6, 2011

Moving? I’ll raise my hand
to volunteer;
to hold the other end.
I’ve always been here.

Always been a guy
to help people move.
I couldn’t say why;
it’s just what we do.

My folks would get the call,
Grandparents and uncles, too.
Brothers, sisters, without fail:
we’d help people move.

And now you’re heading down a new road,
just call me: I’ll help you lift your load.


Thanks For Dancing: Romantic ConTEXTing Poetry

September 19, 2010

Thanks 4 dancing/
with no romancing./
I’d love to do more/
than hit the dance floor/
with you,/
hot blonde that can move!

Thanks Goodness UR 30 Years and 3000 Miles Away: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

July 12, 2010

I wrote a haiku/
to you today. Like sunsets,/
you still can move me.