Posts Tagged ‘running’

Park Bench Waiting: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

November 21, 2012

The park bench awaits/
us. It needs me to sit and /
watch as you pass by.

[check out Pemco’s “Green Lake Power Walker” ad]

Pulling Your Chain: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

October 25, 2012

Were you a toilet,/
you would always be running,/
as I pull your chain.

Worst Father Ever: Revolutionary IMproVerse Haiku

October 18, 2012

She calls, asking me/
to take her from something which/
can save her life. No!
–written 2 hours after my daughter was admitted to a treatment center for eating disorders. She called, crying, begging me to pick her up.

2, a Woman Jogging in Belltown: A Revolutionary Self-IMprov poem

May 14, 2009

I dreamed I was there,
Watching the sun in your hair.
Gasping as you jogged past;
Staring at your buns, fast!/

I’d watch you
a bad sculpture garden,/
as both of us sculpt and harden/
various body parts./
It’s a start!

A Running Computer: a Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

February 14, 2009

Does she stay up late/
4 fun?/
Or log in/
then go run/
and forgets/
the guy not met/
The 1 who thinks she’s hot/
and has got/
a face/
he can’t place/
cant 4get!