I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 22

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24 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 22

  1. Katie Bock says:

    The bubble bursts–
    I however
    remain whole

  2. Richard Cody says:

    Beautiful bubbles,
    here a moment and then gone,
    like all of us.

  3. Cara Holman says:

    vanishing dreams
    a soap ring where
    the bubble once was

  4. Susan Murata says:

    growing, growing, POP!
    if only it was that easy

  5. sanjuktaa says:

    soap bubbles one spring afternoon,,,

  6. sanjuktaa says:

    the child’s bubbles
    higher than mine

  7. climbing to the sun
    on a parade
    of bubbles

  8. alee9 says:

    fleeing on bubbles
    how daydreams go

    more airy than bubbles
    grownup dream balloons

    sinking in the distance
    children’s laughter

  9. alee9 says:

    Rewrite of #3 (to keep it within prompt)

    sinking in the distance
    children’s laughter

  10. .
    crying over spilt milk bubbles

  11. Kris Kennedy says:

    Pop, pop, bubbles pop
    Glistening in the sunlight,
    My dreams still remain

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  13. mlissabeth says:

    Air blown through the wand
    Encased in a thin film
    Trapped and released

  14. martin1223 says:

    children wave bubble wands rising suns

  15. floating bubbles
    the child in her
    never left

  16. rainbow bubbles
    a child twirls
    with a magic wand

  17. soap bubbles
    all the loopholes
    that keep closing

  18. angie werren says:

    outside recess —
    the taste of soap
    on our lips

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  20. Peter Newton says:

    bubble blowing contest faster than anyone the wind

  21. michaeldylanwelch says:

    first date . . .
    she surprises me
    with soap bubbles

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