Posts Tagged ‘return’

I Love To See The Temple (Redo, Conclusion) – Revolutionary ImproVerse Song Poem

June 20, 2015

This is the final (I hope) version of “I love to see the Temple” redo that I wrote June 19th, and sang in the parking lot of the Payson, Utah Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The video is on youtube HERE: I Love to see the Temple (Conclusion) video.

DK Temple Return, Payson Utah LDS TempleI love to see the Temple.
I’m going back today.
I used to love to serve there,
but then I lost my way.

For the Temple is a holy place
which I will not defile.
I’m going back now I am clean.
It’s taken me awhile.

Here is the original post, with a link to the original YouTube,


Shopping Man Crying: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

June 19, 2015

What kind of man cries/
when clothes shopping? A man who’s/
been away too long.

Return The Candy, Kid: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

May 7, 2015

When you’re a kid in/
a candy store, sometimes you/
have to take stuff back.

Why Come Back (To Open Mic) : Revolutionary Haiku

February 5, 2015

Come back! ‘Cuz if you/
don’t, at one-half century/
you’ll find you still must.

Leave Brave And Return: Revolutionary Napkin Haiku

October 16, 2014

Speak for Yourself open mic poetry at Enliten Cafe', Provo, Utah -- and the kid in the red sweatshirtProps to the kid in/
the red sweatshirt — and Dad — who/
left and still returned.

Their Angelic Sacred Gift: Revolutionary Written Haiku

May 14, 2014

View of Agony in the Garden, Sacred Gifts exhibit, BYU Museum of Art
Agony in the Garden thank you card from the Sacred Gifts exhibit, BYU-MOAThey let their angel/
go, that others would be blessed./
May blessings return.

About Agony in the Garden, part of BYU MOA’s “Sacred Gifts” exhibitSacred Gifts: Agony in the Garden description, by Frans Schwartz

Return Of The Poet Handyman: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

March 5, 2014

I returned to my/
castle, fixed showers, and cleansed/
my ineptitude.

Warmly Relocating: Romantic ImproVerse haiku

February 28, 2014

I’d move back to the /
Northwest if I had someone /
who would keep me warm.

Come Join With Us: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

October 5, 2013

“Come, join with us!” and/
“The Church needs you back.” I hear/
and return, running.

Recognizing Who I Am: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

October 5, 2013

I strayed away, but/
now I’m returning. Will one/
embrace me fully?