Posts Tagged ‘Sandy Beach’

Feeling Again Through Frozen Feet — I’s Just Gotsta #2: Revolutionary ImproVerse Free Verse Poem

January 17, 2015

Walking into Utah Lake and the Spanish Fork River, January, across snow and ice: tennis shoes and footprints in the river bottomThe pain
through my peds.

I can’t rememberBare feet in the sand, Utah Lake, January, Sandy Beach and the Spanish Fork River
why I stepped/
onto the ice
and snow,
into the gently flowing

Was it to prove Footprints in the river bottom mud, January, Sandy Beach, Utah Lake
that I could do it?
Was it a memory
of polar bear dips past?
Was it a beach,
and I’s just gotsta?

Or was it just/
to experience the shock
of being able/
to feel

Ice Shards Complete My Soul: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

January 17, 2015

Ice shards pierce my soles,/
but my soul feels even more/
complete thus unshod.Walking barefoot through ice into Utah Lake

My Outside Temple: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

January 17, 2015

My other temple/
is a place where she and I/
have gone together
My other temple/
is a place where she and I/
worshiped together.
My alternative Temple: The mouth of the Spanish Fork River, Sandy Beach, Palmyra, UT

Children’s Beach Laughter: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

January 17, 2015

Kids playing on a/
winter beach doesn’t sound much/
diff’rent than summer.

Kids playing on a/
winter beach sounds no diff’rent/
than in the summer.

Choices Of Being In Nature: Revolutionary ImproVerse Free Verse Poetic Rant

January 17, 2015

The silence /
of my peaceful lakeshore beach walk/
is shattered/
by the roar of their
ATV machine.

Why should I deny them/
their pleasure?/
Because it ain’t natural./
It just ain’t natural.

Empty Lake, Empty Beach: Revolutionary ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

January 17, 2015

Empty Lake, Empty Beach ... Sandy Beach, Utah LakeMemories of a/
summer long gone makes me sing/
an old Eagles song.

Combined Beauty: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

July 21, 2014

Splashing on a Utah Lake sandy beach at  a colorful forest fire sunsetTake a lake they think/
stinks, a hated forest fire,/
and me. I see new.

Where’s The Beach: Revolutionary ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

May 31, 2014

BeachWithinReach_UtahLakeMay2014I don’t care what kind/
of beach I find, just so it’s/
a beach within reach.
Floating Utah Lake and Spanish Fork River with Mt. Timp in the Background