Posts Tagged ‘world changer’

Spreading Happiness, Top Down World Changer: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

November 15, 2016

Making folks smile can/
change the world, so I dance in/
my car, top down. Laugh!
Video of me dancing, top down, tunes UP! Top Down Man!

What IS My Job? Revolutionary Blogging Free Verse

May 30, 2014

People ask “What do you do?”
As I ponder,
I think of life stories.

I read a young girl’s poem
and move her family to tears.
I take a husband’s writing
and change his wife’s life.
I reformat a grandma’s funny ditty
and create a “What is a Grandparent” model.
I list “things to do at the Lake”
and make an old man weep.
I dance, top down, music up
and bring smiles to weary travelers.
I comment on a friend’s lament
and remind her of a brush with greatness.
I edit a colleague’s cultural rebuttal
and give her courage to share her voice.
I argue, gently, with my daughter
and uplift and inspire others who suffer.
I take people on walks and floats and rides
and make them see what they’ve been blind to.
I express my feelings and observations
and invite others to relish the Spirit.
I see how people write and draw and express
and let them say “WOW! I did THAT!?!?!”

I, I, I and I see
with eyes
others haven’t yet opened
and give them strength
and insight
and courage
and power
to change the world.

Being A World Changer FAIL: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

April 7, 2014

How can you be a/
world changer if nobody/
is listening to you?

The Writer’s Job: Revolutionary ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

March 28, 2014

We are world changers,/
perspective rearrangers,/
helping others see.