Posts Tagged ‘slip’

Be Careful Of That Wind Shift: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

January 5, 2017

When it’s slipp’ry out,/
fast flatulence can nearly/
knock you on your rear.

OR
If it’s real slippery,/
your flatulence can almost/
knock you off your feet.

Tahiti Trip Slip: Romantic ImproVerse Iambic Poem

December 3, 2016

He,
companion needy,
will take her to Tahiti.

She,
travel greedy,
will go,
so,
I’ll watch her trip,
but can’t prevent her slip.

Stay On The Path: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

December 25, 2015

If you stay on the/
marked paths, you won’t slip, stumble,/
fall, and hurt yourself.

There Is This Woman: Romantic IMprov Poetry

March 10, 2011

There is this woman
who has, from day one, intrigued me,
but who said from day two
there was no “we” that could ever be.

Does she now, at last,
let tender, caring words slip?
Let feelings escape her grasp,
just as I prepare for a trip?

The words and thoughts
I’d always waited in vain for,
now are finally brought
as I head out the door.

Yet though these words come at last as a surprise,
I take comfort knowing: Such a feeling never dies.

Relegated to Friend, Again: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

January 4, 2011

Oh dear./
Once again I hear/
the message I fear./

Friendship/
is where I slip./
No romantic fantasy/
for me.