Posts Tagged ‘walk’

Why I Saunter: Revolutionary Rhyming Poem

January 28, 2017

Many times I walk fast.
A few times, I run.
But mostly I just saunter,
because observing is such fun.
And I see more.
For sure.

Be Careful Of That Wind Shift: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

January 5, 2017

When it’s slipp’ry out,/
fast flatulence can nearly/
knock you on your rear.

OR
If it’s real slippery,/
your flatulence can almost/
knock you off your feet.

Late Spring Night, Utah Lake: Revolutionary Email Free Verse Poem

May 14, 2015

It is said there are
ten reasons
Walking barefoot can
Heal you
And connect you
With Earth Mother
And her vibe
And her nurturing
And her love,
So you can feel whole
And connected
And in tune again.
Footprints and piled clothes: Sandy Beach, Utah Lake, May 2015
I take off my shoes
And leave footprints
In the sand.
I walk out
To the lake water’s edge.
I feel
The universal harmonic
Healing,
Putting me in sync.

The rest of my clothes
Follow and pile
On my shoes.
My glasses,
Too,
So no one can see me.

My toe marks
in the lake
Are quickly scoured
clean
By wavelets
And my wake
As I walk
And walk
And walk
To where my knees
Stay damp.

In the half moonlight
I guess
I look like a white blob
As I lean back
between her cold breasts,
into her firm stomach
And let her
Wash over me
And around me
And through me,
And connect me
And harmonize me
And cleanse me.

I stand.
She
And the east wind
shrink me
So much into myself
That I feel me
In me
And know who I am
As part of her
And it
And all.

Wishful Thinking On Ice: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

January 2, 2015

A few miles away/
is a woman I’d walk-talk/
with under the moon.

Big Blister Walk: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

September 21, 2014

I walked through New York/
and got my biggest blister/
ever. I don’t care.

Disconnecting With The Earth: Revolutionary ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku Lament

April 5, 2014

Instead of walking/
on grass, I chose the paved path./
Am I losing touch?
OR
Instead of walking/
on the grass, I chose the paved/
path. I’m losing touch.

Bad Paths: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

December 1, 2013

If you walk down paths/
forbidden, you may not meet /
the people you should.

Running My Personal Olympics: Revolutionary Blogging Haiku

August 3, 2012

Olympians should/
appreciate me running/
around to see them.

OR
Olympians should/
appreciate my long, pained/
walking to see them.

Seeing A Man Walk A Fence Line: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

June 10, 2012

Early this morning/
I thought: “It’s been a long time/
since I walked fence lines.”

It’s Your Choice: Romantic IMprov Blogging Rhyming Haiku

August 9, 2011

It’s your choice. I give/
you voice. Lead and guide our talk,/
or in silence walk.