Posts Tagged ‘Museum of Art’

Where She Lay At The Museum: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

February 25, 2014

Where she lay at the museumThis is where she lay./
She left her impression, like/
art, on me as well.

Will It Make A Difference? Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

February 14, 2014

Lines converge in a museumMany lines converged/
in a museum. I took/
the one less trodden.
OR

the one less walked on.

(with apologies to Robert Frost and the woman in the striped skirt.)

Empty Warhol: Revolutionary ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

March 1, 2013

I become part of a not-set-up Andy Warhol exhibit at BYU's Museum of Art: Still life with holes in the wall, arrow, ladder and broomsI became part of/
a not-set-up Warhol show./
Andy’d have liked that.
March 1, 3:56 am
OR

I went in a flat/
Warhol exhibit, not set up./
He would have liked that.
Feb. 28, 19:22 pm

Sketches Don’t Have Rembrandt’s Light: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

February 28, 2013

HollyRembrandtReflectionBYU_MOAFeb2013In the absence of
Rembrandt’s light, we must rely/
on her radiance.

OR
on glowing Holly.