Posts Tagged ‘purple martin’

Snow On The Purple’s Roof: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

April 8, 2016

Purple martin snow roof -- Lake Winneconne, Wisconsin, late snow, April 2016There is little quite/
so strange as seeing snow on/
purple martins’ roofs.

Addendum: Just In Time — Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

April 4, 2016

Purple martin house at sunset, Lake Winneconne, WisconsinMy dad gave me a/
joyful high-five today:The/
martins’ scout found home.

They Always Return To A Clean Home: Revolutionary Email Free Verse Poem

April 3, 2016

putting up a martin house in Lake Winneconne, April 2016I listened to a Prophet’s voice
on the Sabbath,
then stood on a ladder/
in a frigid Wisconsin lake
to put up a clean bird house,
as directed by my father.

For us both,
holy, cleansing events
have happened
in that same water,
and purple martins
fly in
from Brazil
on the south wind.

Purple martin house at sunset, Lake Winneconne, WisconsinAddendum: Just In Time — April 4, 19:23 p.m.
My dad gave me a/
joyful high-five today:The/
martins’ scout found home.

The Hammock By The Lake: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

July 24, 2013

The wind blowing, birds
chirping, leaves rustling and waves/
lapping make me sleep.

Never A Bad Sailing: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

July 2, 2013

No bad sailing: The wind died, but I saw a rainbowJust when the wind died,/
and I thought sailing was bad,/
I saw a rainbow.

Tagging Her As A Bird: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

June 30, 2013

I tagged a martin,/
purple, soaring with the wind,/
thankful for her Muse.

Martins Are Used To Me: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

May 8, 2011

Purple martins chirp./
At dusk, they soar, swoop, land near./
They are used to me.

Learning From Willows, Water, Martins, Sunsets: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poem

May 3, 2011

CyranoWriter: Purple Martins Sunset under Willows on Lake WinneconneUnder sunsetted,/
silhouetted/
willows,/
purple martins/
dance/
tandem tangoes./
They ask/
who will join me/
romantically/
on the shore,/
to gain more/
light/
and insight/
as the day/
fades/to tender night./

Facing water, west,/
teaches you best.