Posts Tagged ‘stop’

Dumping My Obsession: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

July 31, 2012

My large obsession/
won’t be an issue any/
more. I’ve stopped before.

Ending Rituals: Revolutionary Blogging Haiku

August 6, 2011

They spoke how they were:/
Finishing their rituals./
Should one stop good ways?

Self Discovery Now And Forever: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

July 28, 2011

When you discover/
who you ARE and CAN BE, you /
stop trying so hard.

Gloomy Heartache Thinking: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku Lament

July 16, 2011

If she only brings/
you gloom and heartache thinking/
of her, you should stop.

Red Flags Raised: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

July 10, 2011

With this many red/
flags, should you sometimes just slam /
on the brakes and stop?

Interesting Subject: Revolutionary IMprov Rhyming Haiku

July 5, 2011

Why do we have to/
stop talking about you? You’re/
tres’ intéressant.!

Why She Stops: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku Lament

June 5, 2011

When she stops writing,/
calling, and longing, someone/
else has filled her needs.

Stop Blog Voyeurism : Romantic IMprov Haiku

May 25, 2011

Stop reading my blog./
Someday, those deep, feeling poems/
won’t be about you.

OR
Stop reading my blog./
Often, past, deep, feeling poems/
aren’t all about you.

What Needs To Stop: Romantic Blogging Poetry

March 7, 2011

What needs to stop?

It’s not the texts,
the emails,
the IMs,
the phone calls,
the discoveries,
the visits,
the experiences,
different and unique,
which need to stop.

It’s the ridiculousness,
the fighting with yourself,
the non-acceptance of what is,
the ignoring of being,
the talking yourself out of
what you could have and
what you desire,
the silliness
of all that self-ignoring,
the snuffing out of dream’s
bright flame;
that’s what needs to cease.

You’ve written me for months
about how you can’t.
Maybe it’s just time
to accept
that you can.

To remember
the passion,
the compassion,
the blossoming,
the growth,
the discovery,
the newness of things
never before experienced,
the coming alive.

You fight against
birthing
your soul,
as though
a mother-to-be
could cross her legs
and prevent
the existence
of a new person.

The leg crossing
had to happen
long before
the creation;
well prior to
the gestation
ending.

You have
tried to ignore
the discovery,
uncovery,
expansion
and birth
of a new you.

It’s time stop trying
to stop
the inevitable,
to welcome a new life,
to let
that birth,
though difficult
and covered with goo,
just happen,
so you can
just be.

To realize what is
waiting
there for you,

And then do.

Please Stop Texting Me So Early!: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku Complaint

February 18, 2011

Exhaustion doesn’t/
go away when I read or/
write po’try. Need Sleep!