I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 6

Something more simple today, but the concept is still the same.

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33 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 6

  1. terrilfrench says:

    autumn dawn
    three gray hairs
    in the bathroom sink

  2. Through the new leaves
    a shifting scatter
    of sun rays

  3. Merrill Ann Gonzales says:

    the winter bur
    on my pants’ leg
    constant companion

  4. Cara Holman says:

    dandelion fluff
    my daughter and I
    watch a chick flick

  5. the war over
    we leave alone
    the dandelions

  6. thistledown ever, ever so slightly

  7. sanjuktaa says:

    giving in
    i am the wind

    petal by petal

  8. Peter Newton says:

    first to turn toward autumn the last dalhia

  9. Peter Newton says:

    first to turn toward autumn the last dahlia

  10. pat nelson says:

    seed head
    only the scent of
    bee balm red

  11. […] haiku is in response the doodle on Aubrie Cox’s Yay Words blog, Day #6. Like this:LikeBe the first to like this […]

  12. Heather says:

    the wind blows
    her wishes
    sent to the heavens

  13. he loves her
    he doesn’t love her…
    april morning

  14. every word
    blown in the wind-
    lost love

  15. Hansha Teki says:

    how much more
    to be stripped away?
    lenten fast

  16. missing petals…
    a child looking for

  17. Peter Newton says:

    matinee . . .
    no longer viable
    the spell of Seuss

  18. martin1223 says:

    spring marsh
    sunlight flecks the egret

  19. no matter
    how many fall to the ground
    he loves me

  20. diagnosis . . .
    no way
    to know your thoughts

  21. So hard to choose a favourite here (and on other pages). However will you manage it, Aubrie?!?

    • Aubrie Cox says:

      It’s going to be so hard! It’s also partially why I decided to have links to all the days under the “I Doodle, You ‘Ku” projects page—I can’t let all these wonderful poems go unread!

      May have to do something else (in addition) to my initial plans.

  22. alee9 says:

    one by one
    thoughts leave the empty

  23. missing petals–
    on the photo
    her toothless smile

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