Posts Tagged ‘past’

Me And Abe: Revolutionary ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

October 1, 2014

Standing in Lincoln's Shadow, log splitters connected, Springville Museum of ArtHey Abe! I used to/
split logs, too! We’re connected!/
That, I never knew.


How Am I? Call Me: Romantic IMprov Haiku

February 20, 2014

I thought we were past/
being just Facebook friends. She/
has my phone number.

Creating Our Future: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

July 23, 2011

I’m not he. You’re not/
she. The past is not us. We’ll/
create our own trust.

Compared To The Past, I Offer More: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

April 9, 2011

Looking at what the/
past had given, I guess I/
thought I offered more.

She Lifted Me: Revolutionary IMprov Sonnet

July 20, 2010

She took me in,/
brain, food, heart, soul,
dancing, laughing, roll
on, roll in, rolling again.

I didn’t ask her to.
She just did.
She just was. She just is.
Lifting me when I was through.

With bright, piercing eyes,
taking me down a way
where I could see a different day,
I’d grasp the future in surprise.

She taught me how to take the past
out of the future, and leave it there at last.

Independence Day: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

July 4, 2010

Independence Day./
What are you free from? Mind myths?/
Your past? Wrong guilt? Me?

LSD? LDS? – Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poetry

March 29, 2010

We’ve all stuff in our past, I guess,/
2 make us think we can’t get along./
What if we r wrong?/
What if r compassion and charity/
lets us c/