Posts Tagged ‘travel’

Going To The Land Of Ice And Snow, Home: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

March 14, 2017

If he returned in/
summer, not winter, would it/
be less cold up Nord?
would their/
Nordfold be less grey?
November Fiord in Nordfold, Nordland, Norway, near Stamsvik or Engeloy

Tripping In Paradise Pain: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

January 12, 2017

She trips paradise/
with a married man. I’m shocked/
how much goodbye hurts.

Tahiti Trip Slip: Romantic ImproVerse Iambic Poem

December 3, 2016

companion needy,
will take her to Tahiti.

travel greedy,
will go,
I’ll watch her trip,
but can’t prevent her slip.

Silent Bon Voyage: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

January 18, 2015

How do I wish her/
a fond Bon Voyage! when she/
won’t let us visit?

Now She’ll Know I’ve Missed Her: Romantic Blogging Free Verse

September 25, 2014

We had things.
Thumbnail moons.
Brick cheese.
Bald girls
dancing on New Year’s Eve.
Leaf raking.
Post event tasting.
Temple Tours.
Statue gazing.
Thai food twirling.
Elf placing.
Sleepless in Seattle.
Feet on the dashboard.
Duct tape on the mirror.

I was always afraid
to look and see
what she was doing.
Fearful I’d die
But I did look.
And now I know
that she’ll now know
I’ve missed her so.

Dreaming Of Distant Lands: Romantic ConTEXTing Iambic Haiku

September 24, 2014

A man who’s been to/
distant lands should also dream/
of what’s close at hand.

Hot Chocolate Lunar Eclipse: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

April 14, 2014

In the midst of a/
lunar eclipse, if she makes/
hot cocoa, I’ll come.

We Have The Power: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

January 7, 2014

She held it closely,/
tightly in her hands: power/
to change destiny.
We hold it tightly/
in our souls: power to change/
our destinations.

Gift Trips: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

September 21, 2013

I must stop going/
on trips where I bring back gifts/
that I’ll never give.

Creating Wanderlust: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

May 31, 2013

Take good walking shoes - Battle Creek Waterfall rocksI remember when/
you were afraid and I said: /
“Take good walking shoes.”
I recall when you/
feared, so I pushed you, saying: /
“Take good walking shoes.”