Posts Tagged ‘thai’

What To Eat When We First Meet: Revolutionary IMprov Poem

October 7, 2010

Every date comes complete/
with the question of what to eat/
when we first meet.

We could go in earlier;/
check out dives near the theater./
There’s always Thai/
that we could try./
Or good BBQ,/
Or hamburgers, too!

We could hop /
to a local coffee shop,/
or even Starbucks,/
Seattles Best, or Tully’s (yuck!)

We could park it/
by the local market,/
and in their food case see/
if there’s weird salads or pitas in their deli./
And we could sit out (unless it’s cold and dark)/
and munch /
our lunch /
in the local urban park.

Or head to the nearby /
giant court of food!/
So many choices to try! /
And they’re all good!/

OR we could just/
avoid all the fuss/
you and me/
and eat each other’s /
energy.

When Asked For My Passion: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Prose

May 16, 2010

My passion
IS passion.
Romance.
Enjoying life.
Having fun.
Doing good.
Being kind.

A convertible.
Thai or bbq
(but any type is ok).
Root beer float
or
fruit smoothie.

To a Former Relief Society President: a Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poetry

December 20, 2009

Do you still like guys/
with short hair,/
in white shirts/
and Christmas ties?/
Or is a Cosby sweater/
better?