Posts Tagged ‘Prayers’

Two Friends At Sin’s Door: Revolutionary IMprov Sonnet

September 29, 2015

Two friends
now stand at the same door
I had once entered
and exited, before.

One is heading out.
One might go in.
One is fleeing darkness.
One might embrace sin.

She who is leaving,
(as I also learned,)
knows the folly of entering;
knows evil should be spurned.

I will weep for joy as the one comes out,
and cry in anguish ‘til the other turns about.


What She Didn’t Know: Romantic ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

September 3, 2013

She thinks I’ve not known,/
or, knowing, don’t care. Both wrong./
She’s been in my prayers.

Constantly Praying For You: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

August 5, 2011

Not that they even/
care, but there are people in/
my prayers constantly.

Bon voyage – UR N My Prayers: A Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

April 7, 2010

I just slightly care/
that you do not want me there./
You’re still in my prayers.