Posts Tagged ‘passion’

Getting Used To Haiku: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

April 26, 2011

Could you get used to/
being wooed with wake-up poems/
filled with soft passion?

My Relationship Bellwether: Romantic ConTEXTing Poetry

April 9, 2011

My relationship bellwhether/
is still she/
who would have/
given me/
the passion, desire,/
inspired fire,/
and ecstasy/
I craved/
so many years ago./
She would have saved/
me from the hurt/
of the search,/
but I said no.

Now I wander on the path I take,/
and wonder if I made a mistake.

Relationship Roll Call: Romantic Blogging Poem

April 9, 2011

What do Michelle, Anne, T, Erin, Wendy, Maryanne, Jill, Carole, Yvonne,
etc. etc. etc
have in common?
They are all women who
I was crushin’ on
or tried to woo.
They all said no,
they wanted to go slow,
with no committment,
and so off they went.
I could be a friend,
but that’s where it’d end.
And soon afterwards,
I heard
they were happy,
and their days were spent,
in fantastic, long-term committments.

Look for Beth, Gayla, Deb, Holly, Azura, Diane,
to soon join that happy,
long-term committed clan,
without me.
Evidently,
my passion is introductory
and eye-opening of what can be.

Where Passion Resides: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

February 7, 2011

You don’t need to get/
in her pants once you caress/
her mind and her soul.

Passion Inspiration Frustration: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poetry

August 11, 2010

Poems of passion.
Passion of inspiration.
Retention of tension.
Release of frustration.

Inspired by passion,
she thrust past her frustration,
exploded her tension,
and gasped.

Growth of a Thistle: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

August 1, 2010

Glenna Evans Victoria BC Memorial Service - thistles and GlennaAt the Victoria, BC “Remembering Glenna” celebration of Glenna Evan’s life, the juxtaposition of her photo and these thistle blossoms gave me insight and muse for this Haiku:

Out of thistle’d thorns,/
first beauty, then art, passion,/
now understanding.

Railroading Hearts: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

July 15, 2010

I steamrollered her/
with my desire./
Because my heart was railroaded/
by passion’s poetic fire,/
I thot hers would be, too./
I had no inkling nor clue:/
It wasn’t.

When Asked For My Passion: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Prose

May 16, 2010

My passion
IS passion.
Romance.
Enjoying life.
Having fun.
Doing good.
Being kind.

A convertible.
Thai or bbq
(but any type is ok).
Root beer float
or
fruit smoothie.