I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 25

Don’t forget to check out the other doodles! And to write some fox and/or dream poems!

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27 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 25

  1. a shooting star
    there then gone
    only a pawn

  2. Cara Holman says:

    playing down
    to the last chessman…
    autumn wind

  3. checkmate—
    surrendering to
    a choir of birds

  4. black or white
    bishop, pawn or knight
    all rays of the holy light

  5. alee9 says:

    chess board
    how we create our moves
    within

  6. I never learned how to play chess, but have a vivid memory of a group–seemed to be retired guys–playing by Lake Michigan in Chicago. So many generations enjoying a summer evening. Thanks.

  7. so what if I miss
    cherry blossom viewing?
    rookery

  8. fiztrainer says:

    Strategizing ways
    To win a losing battle
    I surrender defeat

  9. Peter Newton says:

    winter afternoon
    my father explains
    the strength of a pawn

  10. sanjuktaa says:

    the child–
    a pawn between
    the couple

  11. Kris Kennedy says:

    turn taking in the park
    concentration distracts time
    – spring in the city

  12. win or lose?
    our hearts don’t take well
    to b&w

  13. chess game over
    clouds drift
    wherever they need to

  14. […] haiku is in response to the doodle on Aubrie Cox’s Yay Words blog, Day #25. Like this:LikeBe the first to like this […]

  15. terrilfrench says:

    outside the pawn shop
    two old men
    squabble over pieces

  16. michaeldylanwelch says:

    endgame—
    your note to me
    taped to the fridge

  17. michaeldylanwelch says:

    first day of spring—
    I teach my son
    how a knight moves

  18. […] Things With Wings, edited by Aubrie Cox, June 2012 See her doodle here […]

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