Posts Tagged ‘teacher’

Small Steps Taught: Revolutionary ImproVerse Free Verse

February 18, 2017

From
“I’m not feeling it at all tonight.”
to
“That was one of the greatest musical experiences I’ve ever heard!”
is a short,
small step.
Isn’t that what parents,
teachers,
mentors,
guides
are for?Standing ovation for Mozart's Requiem, Utah Symphony, Feb. 2017

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Teachers Make A Difference — Reward: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

May 25, 2016

He admires what she/
does to change the world, and wants/
to sing her to sleep.

Where Would The Ruby-ed Shoe-bied Teacher Go? Revolutionary Improv Rhyming Poem

March 24, 2015

The blonde teacher/
crossed and uncrossed/
her ankles slow /
and lo!/
I watched her toes/
flow/
back-and-forth and to-and-fro/
and so/
I wondered where she would go/
if she clicked together, in the front row,/
her ruby slippers? I-O/
wa? Idaho?
I don’t know.

Young Examples: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

August 24, 2014

I’m glad when young men/
teach me by example to/
be charitable.

To a Teacher Not Reading My Poetry: A Revolutionary IMprov Poem

December 22, 2009

A pity/
that thou/
who espou/
ses poetry/
so frequently,/
should not have steal
thfully tread well/
to the well;/
drank deep draughts/
of deep thoughts./

Not
for naught/
would your journey/
be,/
but, instead, you’d see/
me/
through my poetry.