Posts Tagged ‘verse’

Who Is The Muse: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

May 20, 2016

His verse flowed freely./
Some asked: “Who’s the Muse?” Answer?/
“Whoever claims it!”

La Jolla Cove T-Shirt Vendor Verse: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku Lament

October 19, 2014

Why should I rebel/
against another’s verse? It’s/
not competition.

His Verse Mine (RIP Robin #2) : Revolutionary improverse haiku lament

August 11, 2014

My verse was and is/
and will be, in part, because/
he dared to be him.

Words Change Water: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

June 21, 2012

Like words flowing o’er/
flowing water, let my verse/
change your molecules.


Like words spoken o’er/
living water, let love’s verse/
change pained molecules.

A friend told me about Dr. Masaru Emoto’s books Messages From Water 1 and 2, discussed at She said that words have power to actually change water molecules … and probably the way people feel. This inspired me to write the haiku above.


When You No Longer Have Time: IMprov Rhyming Blogging Sonnet

January 18, 2012

When you no longer have time

to receive my verse,

to accept the rhymes

that I reherse.

Yet you, still,  are my muse

regardless of my heart’s folly,

or what I’ll use

(in terms of technology)

To deliver my lines

and my romance;

my feelings refined;

my desire to dance;

When you’ve put communication on the shelf,

I’ll find ways to write, and dance with myself.

Reading Others’ Writing: Romantic Blogging Haiku

August 2, 2011

She’ll read others’ words./
Poems, prose, verse written before./
Her’s are not enough.

Why I Call Her Voicemail: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

May 19, 2011

I memorize verse./
Her voicemail sounds like Shakespeare./
I’ll call her again.

Last Line Heart Break: Romantic ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

April 30, 2011

It’s always the last/
line, the verse words that never/
rhyme, which breaks your heart.

Life, Silence, Balance, Knife: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poetry

April 5, 2011

CyranoWriter Sends Daffodils
When a life/
hangs in the balance,/
and silence,/
like a knife,/
cuts, U take a chance;/
send flowers, candy,/
hope it’s bad technology,/
not something worse.

Vanishing Poetessa: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

March 13, 2011

She writes mind-bending/
verse, then vanishes, quiet,/
from my Universe.