Posts Tagged ‘yogurt’

Where I Shall Not Go: Revolutionary Blogging Sonnet

February 18, 2014

Yellow-shirtied poet on a UTA Front Runner -- Orem Station Feb 2014I shall not, today, go to classes
where old men wittily incite the masses
to laugh, with fake spirituality,
at jokes too oft said inappropriately.

I shall not go later to dessert
with those who smile, but often hurt
with backstabbing comments and bad advice,
(thought they’re only guilty of trying to be nice.)

I shall write poetry instead;
allowing sweet muse to clear my head.
As the train’s gentle rhythm rocks me to and fro,
into the joy of my creative mind I shall go.

For it is there, when I’m most dazed and confused,
that I can find my kindest refuge.

Eat Frozen Yogurt In The Heat: Revolutionary Improv Rhyming Chalkboard Haiku

October 9, 2013

Eating yogurt and composing haiku at Menches Frozen Yogurt, Orem, Utah‘Tiz better to have/
eaten frozen in the heat/
than in the frozen.

Irony At A Frozen Yogurt Shop: Revolutionary Chalkboard Haiku

January 11, 2013

Frozen sweetness in/
winter’s coldest, darkest hour/
is good irony.

OR

Frozen sweetness in/
winter’s coldest, darkest hour:/
Tasty irony.