Posts Tagged ‘see’

What Should I? Revolutionary Blogging Poetry

July 17, 2019

So much to see.
So much to do.
So much to live.
So much to…
So what should I?

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Something Wonderful –> Adding To A Meme: Revolutionary IMprov Prose

June 16, 2015

Something wonderful is about to happen ... and
A friend posted this meme on her Facebook. I told her “I don’t think that goes far enough.”
Here’s what I think:

“Always believe something wonderful is about to happen … again.
Always see that something wonderful is happening.
Always be grateful for the wonderful that has happened.”

Everything Becomes Beauty: Revolutionary ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

November 19, 2014

When you step out of/
Art’s Temple, everything you/
see becomes beauty.
Springville Museum of Art Parking Lot Beauty

She Lives Dark: Revolutionary ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

November 15, 2014

She flees from the light./
She hates it when it is too bright/
So how can she see?

Two She Won’t See: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

October 1, 2014

Like many sleeping/
maidens, she didn’t hear the/
horseman approaching.

Thanks Muse: Romantic ImproVerse Rhyming Free Verse

August 22, 2014

Thanks youse/
For being my muse/
And lighting my fuse!/
Now I see,/
see?/
Clearly!

Alpine Lake List: Solitude Isn’t So Solitary — Revolutionary Blogging Free Verse

May 30, 2014

Solitude moose calf, May, 2014I took a flat,
0.8 mile
saunter,
a not bored walk
on a boardwalk
around Silver Lake.

By the time I’d finished
I’d seen:
A moose cow and her calf;
Two squirrels;
New pussy willows;
One fish carcass;
Haze from a green wood campfire;
Two doe mule deer;Silver Lake Mountain Reflection with Bride
A reflecting lake;
A distant bridal photo shoot;
A towhee;
Two killdeer in flight;
Two beaver (one slap happy);Beaver at Silver Lake
Three mallards in flight;
An aspen freshly felled by the beavers;
One hen mallard on her nest;
Three ducklings under her wing;
A patch of yellow columbines;Yellow Columbines in an aspen grove
Sunset on mountain peaks;
Glowing new green on an aspen grove;
A rushing, raging, roaring mountain stream;
A new place to enjoy.

I failed to thank my tour guide,
a Dad who taught me to look,
and God.

Future-Looking Gratitude: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

April 27, 2014

Gratitude lets us/
look beyond present pains to/
see what can happen.

See But Not Seeing: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

April 15, 2014

Watching the Blood Moon,/
how many missed seeing the/
red planet close by?
OR
Watching the Blood Moon,/
how many missed seeing ringed/
and red planets near?

Changed Vision Means Seeing Things Again, New: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

April 15, 2014

I’m wondering how/
many more things I’ll see new,/
the first time again.