I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 15

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37 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 15

  1. Victoria says:

    water breaks
    life forms
    out of death

  2. martin1223 says:

    wind chimes
    the rise and fall of cherry petals

  3. Cara Holman says:

    cherry blossom petals
    the drifting notes
    of the wind chime

  4. Merrill Ann Gonzales says:

    petal fall
    the only movement – even the wind
    is still

  5. wind chime
    the soft touch
    of cherry petals

  6. Richard Cody says:

    White petals
    and chimes,
    evidence of things unseen.

  7. wind chime
    the gently swaying
    of cherry petals

  8. alee9 says:

    the chime of petals
    falling
    spring wind

  9. Inari’s shrine each petal singing, singing

  10. wind chime
    mediator of Cherry tree
    inner voice

  11. sanjuktaa says:

    how we spent
    the cold, cold nights…
    blossoms chime in

  12. long-ago pond wind chimes and song of the red-wings

  13. tea house . . .
    cherry blossoms falling
    in my cup

  14. Cherry blossoms
    their weight leaves poets
    silent

  15. terrilfrench says:

    after the argument
    the sound of petals
    f
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    l
    l
    i
    n
    g

  16. […] haiku is in response the doodle on Aubrie Cox’s Yay Words blog, Day #15. Like this:LikeBe the first to like this […]

  17. Yousei Hime says:

    This is one of my favorite sketches so far.

    last year’s chime restrung–
    cherries bud after storms

  18. angie werren says:

    open window —
    all the sounds that never left
    return

  19. blossom rain
    its no-sound
    on the roof

  20. Peter Newton says:

    a cheek
    on your petal
    spring in the air

  21. kvennarad says:

    pentatone and falling petals defy causality (without fail)

  22. birth announcement . . .
    a plum petal falls
    into my open palm

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