Posts Tagged ‘Wisconsin cheese’

Can’t Have Too Much Cheese, Bacon or Summer Sausage: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

January 4, 2017

When my plane has “Weight /
Issues”, it’s not MY 50/
cheese and bacon pounds.
Union Star Cheese and Curds, Dec 2016

I’ll Be Home For Cheese Christmas: Revolutionary Improv Song Cover

December 23, 2016

I’ll have cheese for Christmas./
You can plan on me./
We have snow,/
but no mistletoe,/
And Cheese Curds under the tree./
Christmas Eve will find me/
where the snow has been./
I’ll have cheese for Christmas/
and you’ll be in my dreams!
I'll have cheese for Christmas! Union Star Cheese Factory, Zittau, Wisconsin, Christmas 2016Click https://youtu.be/rsStglGpTmQ for the video about “I’ll have cheese for Christmas!”

White Brick Cheese Gift: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

January 6, 2015

Remember that smooth/

white brick I’d bring you? Now that/

you don’t read, I won’t.

OR

Remember that sharp/

cheddar I’d bring you? Now that/

you don’t read, I won’t.

Picnic Calls: Romantic Rhyming IMprov Poem

July 10, 2014

The next time you go,/
let me know,/
and I’ll bring Wisconsin cheese/
and write you poetry.

Who Gets The Cheese? Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

August 11, 2013

Buying Cheese and Curds at Union Star Cheese Factory in Zittau, WisconsinYes! It was YOU I/
bought the cheese for! And now you/
won’t even see me!

Far Away Cheese: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

July 24, 2013

Somewhere deep within/
the Dairy State, fresh brick* cheese /
was made just for her.
OR
*string
*sharp

Wooing Women With Cheese: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

July 2, 2012

I’m the only guy /
who will try to woo women/
with Wisconsin cheese.

Aged Cheddar Is Better Than Jealous: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

May 19, 2011

HRH, The Queen of England, at the Royal Wedding, proves her true loyalties

Drop green jealousy./
Change it to a nice chartreuse,/
Like Wisconsin cheese.

Cheese Curd Flirt: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

May 10, 2011

Wisconsin Cheese and Curds from Held's

My journey reaches/
its end. Is flirting shown by/
poetry or cheese?