Posts Tagged ‘wonder’

Distracted Abstracted At The Spring Salon: Revolutionary Rhyming ImproVerse Haiku

June 15, 2017

Distracted and Impacted by Abstract Art at Springville Museum of Art's Spring Salon showShe’s distracted* by
art abstracted. I wonder:
What’s under her curls?
OR
*She’s impacted by

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What’s In Her Hair: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

February 5, 2017

He wonders if she/
will let him replace her hair’s/
red flower with wind.
Red flower'd hair -- Springville Museum of Art

Slow Dance Grasp: Romantic IMprov Rhyming Haiku

January 26, 2016

He wondered why he’d /
never had the chance to grasp/
her in a slow dance.

Late Night Word Seduction: Romantic IMprov Haiku

December 10, 2015

It was late at night./
He wondered: was she trying/
to seduce with words?

Thrill Of Thrilling: Romantic IMprov Haiku

September 23, 2015

He often wondered/
if he would ever have the/
thrill of thrilling her.

Being Both Muse And Oracle: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

May 20, 2015

He wondered how she/
felt, deep, about being both/
muse and oracle.

How To Move Her: Romantic IMprov Haiku

March 29, 2015

I dream of her in /
wonder, and wonder what I/
could do to move her.

OR
I dream of her in/
wonder, and wonder how I/
could move her to me.

Pink Art Walk Memory: Romantic ConTEXTing Free Verse Poem

February 6, 2015

We walked.Pink leaning in to see art, Provo City Art Walk
You wore my chapeau
And pink
And leaned
To see something closer
And I did, too.

And it was art.

Today I walked
Alone
Where you were pink
And wore my deck.

(I’d forgotten
you were talking
to someone else
on the phone).*

And I wondered
Why we couldn’t
Walk that way
Again.

*Added the next day when I saw the photo of her wearing my hat … and talking on the phone.

Children On Trains: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

December 5, 2014

The wonder of a/
child looking out train’s windows/
helps me see clearly.

Death’s Stare-Down: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

November 21, 2014

staring Death in the face --  thigh bruiseI wonder if this/
is what Death looks like when you/
stare it in the face.