Posts Tagged ‘woo’

Yearn For Closeness Woo: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

December 1, 2013

Can he woo her with/
words alone when his mind and /
soul yearn for closeness?

Building Trust Again: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

August 11, 2013

Maybe, he thought, there’s/
a way to woo her so she’ll/
learn to trust again.

Her Wooing Power: Romantic Rhyming IMprov Haiku

May 23, 2013

She is wooing me/
beyond my capacity/
to hold back my heart.

Pity Is No Party: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

October 21, 2012

A man wants to woo /
a woman with strength, not by /
milking* her pity.

*originally “gaining”

Wooing Women With Cheese: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

July 2, 2012

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

Flowers Or Cheese: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

July 2, 2012

I sent virtual/
flowers, but nothing happened. /
Maybe cheese will help?

Woo And Goo: Romantic ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

June 27, 2012

She can’t tell how hard/
I am trying to goo her /
And woo her again.

She can’t tell how hard/
I ‘m trying to goo her and/
Thus woo her again.

How Cheeseheads Get Wooed: Romantic IMprov Rhyming Haiku

August 18, 2011

She says I goo her/
when I woo her. I’m cheesehead/
bred, so she melts me.

I Miss You Hollow: Romantic IMprov Blogging Lament

July 25, 2011

After he sends
sunrise reflections,
and plans,
and dreams,
and musings;

After asking her questions,
then calling,
and scheduling
and hoping to talk
and waiting …
and waiting,
… and waiting …

her short,
late text
recounting a busy day,
(too busy to contact him?),
and a recharging phone
(no other phones work?),
and a late-night visit
to parents,
(so no talking is possible,)
then a terse “Good night!”
is the response received.

Knowing how
the romantic
l o n g s
for contact,
for words spoken
and written;

knowing how
the last few days
had transformed hope
into dreams;
into action;

in that context
of longing
and waiting,
and pained anguish
and suspense,

“I want you”
“I miss you”
on his

Becoming A Writer: Romantic IMprov Limerick

July 12, 2011

There once was a girl I could woo
by writing anything I wanted to.
But then she understood
that she could also write good
and we became writers two, too!