Posts Tagged ‘princess’

Her Granddaughters Play Princess Dress-Up: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

July 1, 2017

She need not ask why/
her grandkids act royally./
It’s their heritage.

Wearing Purple For My Princess: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

February 25, 2014

Wearing purple with the Ice Princess at Ice Castles in Midway, UtahShe is a princess,/
not diva-like, but regal,/
with royal prospects.

A True Princess Room: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

February 22, 2014

True Princess Room: Pink and frilly, laced with green and gold. Go Pack Go!A true princess room/
should be pink and frilly, laced/
with some green and gold.

What She Awaits, She Must Be: Romantic IMprov Iambic Poetry

December 20, 2012

She awaits a man
astride his steed
who’ll sweep her away
to Neuschwanstein
or some place similar.

She has dreamed
of him,
for she’s been told
he’ll come;
slashing through thorns,
avoiding gnashing teeth,
climbing impossible heights,
performing great tasks,
while she,
for her fate.

Such a woman
I would never want,
nor would I ever take,
Prince though I be,
for she
should fight equally
for me.

Her preparation
for my arrival,
I do not know.
But it will require
her to go higher
than I will go

She may not meet me
through the thorns.

She may not need to slay
the dragons
I’ll face,
but combing her hair,
and putting on her gown,
and singing joyfully
in answer to my call
will not be enough.

She’ll have to push open
heavy doors,
uneven steps,
sweep away dust,
and cobwebs
of the past,
finding her way
down crooked paths,
through murky mists,
toward the light.

And when we at last meet,
beneath the citadel’s stones,
under heavenly spires,
our gaze,
will lift us both,
and we will know,
we’ll have been
and worth it.

Pretty Is As Pretty Does: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku Lament

December 12, 2012

I asked some women/
to be princesses at a/
ball. They had no gowns.