I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 14

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27 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 14

  1. Cara Holman says:

    four-leaf clover
    nothing he couldn’t fix
    with a little duct tape

  2. Heather says:

    lucky clover
    her onions
    added to stew

  3. Merrill Ann Gonzales says:

    a snail
    among the shamrock
    making the golden trail

  4. St. Patrick’s Day–
    all my luck trapped
    at the bottom of the bottle

  5. missing leaf
    he finds luck
    with his new look

  6. Richard Cody says:

    Cheaper than
    genetic engineering,
    a little tape.

  7. seven years of luck
    you brought
    on your way into the world

  8. Spinach in my teeth
    I drink to you
    because you make me laugh

  9. pat nelson says:

    St. Patrick’s Day–
    a butterfly blessing
    to the street busker

  10. […] haiku is in response to the doodle on Aubrie Cox’s Yay Words blog, Day #14. Like this:LikeBe the first to like this […]

  11. old trick
    cheating luck
    forgetting the soul

  12. gimme my

    three.leaf.clover -no

    false pretenses

    take (a)part! true

    wealth knows no



  13. sanjuktaa says:

    four-leaf clover,
    well, almost…
    what lies
    at the end of the path,
    little snail?

  14. martin1223 says:

    Tennessee road
    the hiss from a trunk full of green beer

  15. Peter Newton says:

    scratch tickets
    working to repair
    her luck

  16. Peter Newton says:

    dumb luck somehow making things work

  17. kvennarad says:

    I remembered it was the Buddha’s birthday and left things as they were

  18. wishing well–
    my wish to give you
    a hundred pennies

  19. alee9 says:

    the ground he walks on
    if he only knew the traps
    are but missing leaves
    the dragon he fights ate
    on the eve of battle

  20. alee9 says:

    the fourth leaf
    he tapes a petal
    for luck

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