Posts Tagged ‘Street where you live’

Driving Past The Streets Where You Lived: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

July 18, 2010

I’ll again drive past/
the streets where you lived with no/
sad second glances.

Somewhere Someone: Romantic IMprov Sonnet

July 7, 2010

Somewhere someone will dance with me.
When my face she spies and sees
rhubarb and lavender in my hand
she’ll think I’m grand.

She’ll laugh and watch out her balcony
as I leave, just to see
if I a backwards glance will give
and sing “On the street where you live”.

She’ll keep, pressed, a daffodil
I once, unbidden, laid on her windowsill.
When I drive a long distance,
she’ll anticipate with no resistance.

Somewhere, that someone waits for me…
and I learned, long ago, she is not thee.

Almost Singing On Your Street: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

June 23, 2010

Your porch balcony/
beckoned to me o’er your street,/
and I almost sang.