Posts Tagged ‘weekend’

He Didn’t Shave: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

May 6, 2013

She’s glad it was a/
sunny weekend. Her friends thought/
she’d sunburned her face.

Or
her face was sunburned.

Unity Looking: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

September 11, 2011

After a long time/
of amazing unity,/
why’s she still looking?

OR
After two decades/
of amazing unity,/
why was I looking?

Growing Green Forts: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku Lament

June 12, 2011

We weed and mow. Why?/
Millions spend weekends growing/
meaningless green forts.

OR
We weed and mow. Why?/
Millions spend weekends to grow/
meaningless nothings.

How I Enjoy My Weekends Destroyed: Romantic Blogging Sonnet Lament

May 13, 2011

How I enjoy
my weekends destroyed.
It’s simple, really.
First, just thrill me,

Then don’t write at all.
Don’t email, text or call.
Just let me contemplate
your silence. Make me wait.

That way, as I’m out in the sun,
trying my hardest to have fun
even though I’m without you,
I’ll be, still, thinking about you.

From sunrise to moonset it’ll make me lose focus
thinking about solo mio that once was us.