Posts Tagged ‘trash’

Better Than You Found It: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

December 13, 2015

When you go up the/
river you should never come/
back empty handed.Mud Creek garbage collected Dec 2015

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Maroon Truck Morons: Revolutionary ImproVerse Free Verse Poem

April 29, 2015

The outhouse sign said:/
“Please don’t throw trash/
in the toilet.”/

So the fishermen/
in the maroon 4×4 pickup truck/
threw their garbage/
in the river, instead.

Northbound 5:20 p.m. RR Pluses And Minuses: Revolutionary Blogging Sonnet

March 11, 2014

Westward view of Utah Lake near Lindon from the 5:20 pm Northbound Front RunnerThe wheels clack and moan./
The coaches bend and sway./
The rails sing along/
to the song of the railway.

You glimpse into hidden back yards;/
junk noone wants you to see./
Ripped apart trash and old cars./
Back-porch sitters, lonely.

Then scenery opens to your view/
that noone else appreciates./
Beaches, marshes, prairies too./
Mountain vistas, sunset lakes.

A new perspective is yours to gain,
to ponder and enjoy when you ride the train.

Am I Sleeping Trash? Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku Lament

February 2, 2013

For years I’ve slept backed/
into like trash trucks. Why’s there/
no frontal assault?

Dumped Like Refuse: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku Lament

July 26, 2012

Those who I carried/
and care for dump me like piles/
of stinky waste. Why?

Or

Those who I care for/
most treat me like I’m smelly/
trash. What did I do?

I Weep At Window Rock: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku Earth Day Lament

April 22, 2011

Garbage behind Window Rock on the Navajo reservation: plastic trash and beer cansBehind the sacred/
site I weep at plastic trash/
and empty beer cans.

Measuring Up To Trash Men: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

November 4, 2010

He finally gets/
he won’t ever measure up/
to guys who trash her.