I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 8

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26 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 8

  1. waiting
    for the cage to open
    twitching wings

  2. writer’s block…
    searching for a haiku
    to unclip my wings

  3. Peter Newton says:

    pet shop the squawk of something caged

  4. terrilfrench says:

    growing up
    with “hospital corners”
    I decide the rest of my life
    will be all about
    the unfolding

  5. angie werren says:

    cold spring rain–
    I open that door
    one thousand times

  6. Hansha Teki says:

    flight of fancy …
    freedom finds its voice
    on paper

  7. Yousei Hime says:

    unaware
    I missed one of a thousand
    wishes

  8. Heather says:

    artifact
    bars are made
    for freedom

  9. Merrill Ann Gonzales says:

    antique shop
    the dollars fly
    out of my wallet

  10. smile for the
    birdie! . . – muse plays ‘no
    bars hold’ games

  11. Cara Holman says:

    opening a window
    to catch the birdsong…
    early spring

  12. […] haiku is in response the doodle on Aubrie Cox’s Yay Words blog, Day #8. Like this:LikeBe the first to like this […]

  13. spring cleaning-
    the bird flies
    out the window

  14. first day of spring —
    someone leaves
    the cage unlocked

    • angie werren says:

      makes me think of that song ‘into the wild’ (that they use in some commercial) — “somebody left the gate open” I love the freedom in your ku. 🙂

  15. sanjuktaa says:

    spring break–
    till the water’s edge
    and back for dinner

  16. Spring sunshine
    open the cage everything
    flies away

  17. Ashi says:

    one crane
    left the home
    freedom

  18. kvennarad says:

    what
    replaced by
    where

  19. tsunami anniversary–
    a thousand cranes
    still to be folded

  20. Peter Newton says:

    a cage on the sidewalk marked “free”

  21. alee9 says:

    airing out
    a grievance the parrot’s
    open cage

  22. alee9 says:

    sorry, something missing here:

    airing out
    a grievance, the parrot’s
    open cage

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