Posts Tagged ‘wander’

Reading Scriptures Again: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

September 9, 2013

When you wander the/
desert and find water, it’s/
good…if you’re alive.
Wandering in the/
desert lets you love water …/
if you’re still alive.
… if you have survived.

A Mother’s Daily Prayer: Revolutionary Iambic Blogging Poem

May 8, 2011

A counted cross stitch hung in our home for years, showing a mother kneeling, playing with her children. It said:
“I hope our children look back on today,
and see a mother who had time to play.
There will be time for washing and cooking,
for children grow up while we’re not looking.”

I wrote this in honor of the mother of my wonderful children:

I hope our children look back on today
and remember their mother, who taught them to pray.

They take time to wander, question and explore as youth,
but you taught them how and where to find real truth.


Mex Text: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

January 11, 2011

I was wondering,/
as she was wandering, if/
she could text from Mex.