I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 11

 

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29 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 11

  1. Cara Holman says:

    spring rain
    mushrooms
    spring up

  2. sanjuktaa says:

    unfolding umbrellas–
    the meadow fills
    with mushrooms

  3. sanjuktaa says:

    overnight
    the backyard path whitens…
    mushrooms

  4. sanjuktaa says:

    back home-
    in the doorway
    the big black
    umbrella
    of my dad

    Sorry, Aubrie. Sorry, everybody!

  5. Peter Newton says:

    a walk in the woods
    when I am feeling
    small

    • pat nelson says:

      i really relate to this haiku. nice one, peter!

      • Peter Newton says:

        Glad this works for you, Pat
        I know I’ve written some questionable kus
        but hey we’re among friends
        and it’s doodleku after all
        time for fun
        –Peter

        • pat nelson says:

          well, i am certainly writing my share of lowbrow ku….
          there is no “cyber dude in my life, nor have I launched an x lover in a paper rocket ship to the moon. all in fun 🙂

  6. pat nelson says:

    mushroom moon
    following the deer path
    down to the creek

  7. mushroom clouds…
    until the big word
    finally spring up

  8. angie werren says:

    pizza —
    the puppy on my lap
    like a caterpillar

  9. Merrill Ann Gonzales says:

    where the deer come
    down to the brook – pine needles
    and mushrooms

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

  11. terrilfrench says:

    to pooped to hop
    a frog borrows
    the toad’s stool

  12. mushrooms —
    so much whiter
    after they’re broken

  13. I kneel down
    pretending to be Alice
    smelling a hookah

  14. kvennarad says:

    and as they go
    they write magic spells
    over my lawn

  15. pelting rain . . .
    the dormouse
    finding shelter

  16. alee9 says:

    loam bed
    the girl Alice awaits
    for a dream

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