Posts Tagged ‘romancing’

Merry Not Marry: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poetry

February 26, 2011

If i do/
not marry U,/
can i ask U out?/

If I resist/
nuptual bliss,/
could we scream and shout?/

I think dancing/
and romancing/
could be fun/
with the right some1!

Chancing Dancing Romancing: Romantic ConTEXTing IAmbic Haiku

October 9, 2010

Thank you for dancing./
Here’s to the chancing/
of romancing!

Alone In No Man’s Land: Romantic IMprov Sonnet

September 14, 2010

Once again I stand
alone in No Man’s Land:
A land that women shun.
Are men there? No, not one!

Except me,
creatively dancing,
writing poetry,
attempting romancing.

And I don’t have to try
to be a nice guy.
But the sad reality
is no woman goes there with me.

And so, there, alone I stand:
A funny intellect in No Man’s land.

Kitchen Dancing: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

May 22, 2010

I shared a romantic thot/
about kitchen dancing./
She heard,/
and said: That’s not/
romancing;/
it’s absurd!/
I sighed/
but wasn’t perplexed./
“I tried”/
thot I./
“Next!”

Romancing Our Keyboards: A Revolutionary Email Sonnet Lament

March 14, 2010

Yet another weekend ev’n is past;/
The week soon starts again, too fast,/
Yet we sit, still, at our keyboard,/
and wonder why we are alone, tired, bored./
Or are we truly resolute and complete?/
Do we view/
our solitude/
as victory, not defeat?/
We may nurse our whine/
with wine;/
assuage our aged fear
with beer./
But if we, with our own company, are endeared,/
then why sit we, fingers dancing, quasi-romancing, here?