I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 21

Be sure to look here to see all the doodles so far. And don’t forget to see the upcoming challenge with foxes and/or dreams!

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19 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 21

  1. terrilfrench says:

    love at first sight–
    I caution the moth
    closest to the flame

  2. The wind

    . . . . . . . . . . . . (thinking of you)

    stirs my hair on my shoulders

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(moths circle the lamp)

    [note, the ellipses aren’t real, but inserted to make the line spacing work]

  3. alee9 says:

    moth
    circling the light
    for taste

    fragile glow
    the silence of the moon
    hanging on a thread

  4. sanjuktaa says:

    moths darken
    the porch light–
    sound of leaf flutter

  5. Cara Holman says:

    the frenzied dance
    of moths around the light
    a crescent moon
    invites me
    to slow down

  6. .
    stillness these moths have never known
    .

  7. people at work
    on the barges
    low energy lights
    on all night
    to say hello from shore

  8. Peter Newton says:

    over our heads
    the conversation
    swings to Fate

  9. Richard Cody says:

    Japanese lantern
    might as well be the moon –
    the flutter of moths.

  10. crescent moon everything else looks like a rectangle

  11. dizzying thoughts
    I take a break
    to look at the moon

  12. campsite–
    the dizzying dance
    of moonlit dreams

  13. Kris Kennedy says:

    Dancing in the light
    The summer heat draws them near,
    Too far is the moon

  14. angie werren says:

    this moon or that moon the center of the universe

  15. michaeldylanwelch says:

    moon in the clouds—
    the scent of snow
    in your letter

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