Posts Tagged ‘museum’

Art Everywhere: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

January 24, 2016

I’ve seen fine art in/
museums worldwide. How is/
gazing at her strange?

Afternoon In A Surprise Museum: Revolutionary ImproVerse Free Verse

February 26, 2015

McKissick Museum at University of South Carolina - drum and dugout canoe in Native American Low Country art exhibitAs the southern
evening bells
I banged
the skin drum
and sang:
“Yah, yah hey yah hah!”

Then rubbed I
the dugout canoe,
and dreamed,
and cared not
who heard my chanted prayer,
nor that I got splinters
in my hand.

I thought of she
and he,
and that they
might be better.

But observational joy
is never a contest.


Objects Of Antiquity: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

April 22, 2014

Things are only things/
unless you are inspired by/
or can learn from them.

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.

the one less walked on.

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

MS Is Not Missouri: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

January 9, 2014

When you bring locals/
along, you find mistakes in /
museums eas’ly.

More Than Art At Museums: Revolutionary Email Haiku

April 9, 2011

Standing in the halls/
of dimly-lit museums,/
she was more than art.

Short Notice Art Invite: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poem

February 11, 2011

I said:
I can’t get U
out of my head./
Could U,/’bout 2:/
30 or 3/
head 2/
from Salt Lake City,/
2 go 2
a Bloch party/
with me?/

Short notice/
No stress./
Plz say/