Posts Tagged ‘wonder woman’

I Scored Shopping Today: Romantic IMprov Sonnet Lament

July 12, 2010

You often brag
of those Prada shoes
bright and shiny and new,
brought home in your Goodwill bag.

For ten bucks plus tax
they’ll slide on comfortably
for all the world to see
as they help your budget relax

Yet still make those feet
look good! And Wonder WomAnn
has scored at shopping again!
(Watch her walk down the street!)

But non-recyclable I have no one getting what it means
when I brag about 99 cent yellow tag black fitted jeans.

Sleep Smiling After a Late Night Text: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

July 2, 2010

I asked someone if she minded if I texted her late at night, and if she got them, what she thought. She said (in a poem), that they made her smile and she enjoyed them. This is the result.

Sleep on then,/
U wonderous beauty,/
and I’ll view it again/
as a priviledge, not a duty,/
to help U 2 smile/
for a while,/
as U drift off deep/
back 2 sleep.

Wonder Woman Disappears: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

June 18, 2010

There’s this Woman
I Wonder about.

She lives just north of me.
She disappears for days
on end.
I Wonder where she goes.
Have you seen her recently?

Indignant Glory: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

April 27, 2010

When Wonder Woman/
shines her indignant glory,/
I can’t gasp: “Sorry!”

The Wonder of a Mother: Revolutionary Blog Comment Poem

April 15, 2010

A friend and mother
wrote a song to her daughter.
This was an attempt
at a compliment.

Wonder Woman
brings more wonder
as a loving mother
than any other

Superman Wants Wonder Woman: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poetry

April 14, 2010

Strong now,/
like Superman,/
I dont, somehow,/
need Wonder Woman./
I’ve grown past that./
I can/
by myself./
Silly fact:/
I just want her./
What’s wrong with that?

Superman Left The Bus: A Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

March 23, 2010

doesn’t ride the bus,/
tho he can./
People stare, fuss,/
mouths agape,/
as he flies topless/
without his cape,/
and wonders if Wonder Woman/
will let him in.