Posts Tagged ‘wrap’

Sunset Clarity: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

February 22, 2015

With a wise gaze she/
set her sights towards the West,/
and wrapped inner peace.Western Gaze from Mystic Hot Springs

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Redhead In A Green Dress At A Christmas Concert: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

December 18, 2013

Red hair with a green dress at a concert at Springville Museum of ArtI had a crush on /
a red head with a green dress./
That was long ago.

Harp-Noted Red Head: Romantic ConTEXTing Rhyming Haiku

December 18, 2013

Redhead at Springville Museum of Art / Springville HS Chamber OrchestraHarp notes wrapped around/
her long red hair. Whom did she/
sit with there? No one?

VIrtual Hugs: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

February 21, 2013

When I can’t be there,/
let my spoken and written/
words wrap you in hugs.

The Emergence Of The Grown, Cocooned Youth: Revolutionary IMprov Poem

August 17, 2011

The young,
optimistic s/he,
running,
happy,
care free,
observing,
enjoying,
creative,

Withdrew.

From fear,
through a desire
for self-preservation,
and wrapped itself
deep within
the shell
that grew
and matured
and thrived

and took the blows
and the arrows
and the doubts
and the pain.

But one day
the cocooned,
energized,
insightful,
observant,
joyful
protected being,
who had grown
and been nurtured
and cherished,
realized it was time.

Time to emerge.
Time to reveal.
Time to risk.
Time to take
its rightful place
as owner
and operator
and thinker
of its soul
and mind
and destiny.

It was scary,
at first,
to show itself.
To say “Here I am,
again,
for the first time.”

But it felt the warmth of the sun
on its face.
The cool breeze blowing through its hair.
The moist mist of early morning
fog lifting.
The passion
and compassion
of love.

And it knew,
having been sheltered
and protected
and nurtured
and walled
for so long,

that free,
and fearless
and embracing
and empowered
and enjoying
and joyful
was where it belonged.

Here.
Now.
Being.

Cleaning My Car Brunch: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

July 6, 2011

Cleaning out my car./
Brunch: Melted chocolate wrapped in/
a stale hot dog bun.

Lavender Mind Memories: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

May 20, 2011

Sweet lavender scent./
Memories stretch like spun silk./
They wrap ’round my mind.

Deep In Bed At Yule Time: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

December 13, 2010

As warm thoughts and words/
of you and yule wrap me, I/
snuggle deep in bed.

Heat Like Yesterday: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

July 8, 2010

I can still feel heat/
like yesterday. Your moistness/
wraps me. (Not really).

Restraint Leftovers: Burrito vs. Veggie Wrap – a Revolutionary Sonnet

March 10, 2009

My grande burrito
Was not finito!
But she said we had to so go
Because I was too slow!

And later on,
(having missed the Flan`),
her veggie wrap
tasted like crap.

Not nearly as sweet,
nor the promised meet treat,
that she
said it honey wood bee.

So I’ve made this firm resolution:
When the burrito is started, get done!