Posts Tagged ‘too late’

Words Unspoken, Released: Romantic IMprov Haiku

May 15, 2017

Dare I pen words so/
long pent up, feelings silenced?/
Too late! They’ve escaped!

Too Late For Valentine’s Day: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

February 17, 2017

I was wondering/
if she’d like my gifts, but she’s/
done, so I don’t care.

Too Late Purple Learning: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

May 28, 2016

Purple wildflowers next to an old Wisconsin rock barn, Town of Winneconne, WI - June, 2016He learned, too late, that/
she loved purple. Such blossomed/
as she walked away.

Some Else Awaits: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

May 22, 2016

If you don’t throw all/
of yourself at her, believe/
that someone else will.

Utah Post Valentine’s Day Lament: Romantic IMprov Haiku

February 15, 2016

Gosh darn it all to/
Heck! I forgot to wish you/
Happy Valentine’s!

#FiveWordsToMariah Too Late: Romantic ImproVerse Poem

July 7, 2015

Background: In July, 2015, a dating site held a contest: Send Five Words To Mariah (Carey) for a chance to see her “live” in Vegas. I, of course, wrote something brilliant … but forgot to send it in on time.

We’re hopeful, not hopeless, romantics.

Sudden Passing Regret: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku Lament

November 30, 2013

Why do we wait ’til/
too late to connect with those/
whom we know we should?

Too Late WIth Praise: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Sonnet Lament

August 19, 2012

For fourty years I’ve held,
deep in my soul,
Gratitude I’ve long felt.
Respect I’ll always hold.

For a mentor, example, guide;
For one who’d taught by what he did.
For a man who showed what he felt inside
To a naive, unlearned, undisciplined kid.

I longed to find him and reveal
Thanks for lessons I’d learned while young.
But my thoughts were by time and distance concealed.
Procrastination and fear bound my tongue.

Yesterday, at last, I expressed grateful thoughts to his son.
But now i sorrow that I waited so long. He is gone.

Dancing At Last Too Late: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku Lament

February 5, 2012

Just before goodbye,/

at long last, I finally/

watched her dance with joy.

Or

… got to see her dance

or

but too late, she finally /

opened up and danced.