Posts Tagged ‘slow’

N’Orleans Sax Memory: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Free Verse Poem

May 1, 2013

Do you remember/
Cafe’ Du Monde,
beignets,
the full moon,
Jackson Square?
The way a single
sax
note
hung,
misty,
for me
in the heavy night
N’Awlens
air?
Do you remember?

‘Cuz each time I hear
that tenor sax
s l o w
p
l
a
y
that way,
I do.

Rock Slide Danger! Don’t Stop! Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku Conundrum

August 25, 2012

What happens if you’re/
warned not to halt and your walk/
pace is nearly stopped?

Evolutionary Quickness: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

July 7, 2011

In Nature, change must /
happen slow, to give wings strength./
Aren’t we beyond that?

OR
We are beyond that.

Lady’s Choice: A Romantic IMprov Poem About … Dancing?

January 12, 2011

What would you like/

from me tonight?/

And how?

and when?/

How about… now?/

Hard?/

 or soft?

Rapid?/

Or slow?/

It doesn’t really matter/

which way I go/

as long as you request/

what you like best.

Restraint Leftovers: Burrito vs. Veggie Wrap – a Revolutionary Sonnet

March 10, 2009

My grande burrito
Was not finito!
But she said we had to so go
Because I was too slow!

And later on,
(having missed the Flan`),
her veggie wrap
tasted like crap.

Not nearly as sweet,
nor the promised meet treat,
that she
said it honey wood bee.

So I’ve made this firm resolution:
When the burrito is started, get done!