Posts Tagged ‘wrong’

Not Write Not Right: Revolutionary Blogging Haiku Conundrum

May 26, 2011

If I don’t still write,/
I am wrong. If I write still,/
am I then still wrong?

After a Bad Meeting: Romantic ConTEXTing Poem

December 15, 2010

So many things last night were goofy and wrong./
Thanks for coming along./
Still, I’d like to see you again./
The question is IF,/
and if so,
when?

What If You: Romantic Improv Blogging Poetic Lament

November 15, 2010

What if
your loneliness
pushed me
into a choice
I didn’t want to make yet.

What if,
as I look back on it,
I realize
I chose too soon.

What if
the crying
and goodbyeing
were caused by you thinking
in your mind
it would probably
happen eventually.

What if
I was confused
again
about what I wanted,
where I wanted to live,
how I wanted to be.

What if
you had said
nothing;
had let it play out;
had let me figure me out.

What if
you didn’t know
a few days later
that I’d look at your photos
and want to go
back
to where I was before,
before all the
what ifs
happened.

What if you
were wrong.

Yearning To Listen To Frogs: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

June 19, 2010

Is it awf’lly wrong/
to yearn to listen to frogs/
sing with you again?

Wrong to be Nosy: A Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

April 26, 2010

85 percent right/
is still wrong. Being nosy/
won’t help me get you.

Y Am I Not Worthy? – A Revolutionary ConTEXTing Poem

April 2, 2010

Y/
am I/
not worthy of yer friendship’s song?/
Was it wrong/
4 so long/
4 me/
2 b/
a trusted shoulder relied on/
u could cry on?/
Yer dark days r left behind/
as am i.

Birthday Rejection: A Revolutionary ConTEXTing Lament

October 21, 2009

My Daughter turned
her back 2 me/
hours b4 i turned/
53./
Why am i so hated?
Why isn’t the disgust/
and mistrust/
long ago abated?/
How long/
until my wrong/
is gone?