I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 26

Down to our last days of doodleku. Of course, you can always go back and see all the doodles. ALso, don’t forget to look into writing some fox and/or dream poems!

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22 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 26

  1. alee9 says:

    when most things

    the distance
    between flight and fall
    this moment

    how far can wings
    carry a need or desire
    is it?
    beyond our reach such thought
    is but a day’s work to bees

  2. martin1223 says:

    an oldie:

    trembling bloom
    a bumblebee crawls
    from nectar

    tempslibres – free times : Juillet – July 2000

  3. Peter Newton says:

    Tulip Festival
    that’s one
    drunk bee

  4. Peter Newton says:

    a wall of Mother’s Day cards under a buzzing light

  5. news burst in
    red – the sting in my hand
    digs deeper

  6. sanjuktaa says:

    how to hold
    a tulip glass…
    the bee’s bumbling ways

  7. Cara Holman says:

    daffodils! tulips!
    and the drone of lawnmowers…
    first warm day

  8. […] haiku is in response to the doodle on Aubrie Cox’s Yay Words blog, Day #26. Like this:LikeBe the first to like this […]

  9. The first magenta
    in a world of gray and green
    bees reeling

  10. newsreel buzzing calico red

  11. almost April
    Easter egg trees
    blooming in town

  12. Richard Cody says:

    Bumble bees buzz,
    tulips bloom,
    the first dance of Spring.

  13. terrilfrench says:

    where to begin
    a bee bumbles
    from flower to flower

  14. spring fever
    the birds and the bees
    at it again

  15. Kris Kennedy says:

    teacup in the air
    honey sweet overflowing
    – stay out of my way

  16. singing the blues . . .
    a cup of red zinger
    to warm me up

  17. in search of stamen
    the bumblebee found
    heaven in a tulip field

  18. immigration papers
    the tulip opens
    once again

  19. early spring
    to buzz
    or not to buzz

  20. Wizard of Oz
    suddenly the whole world
    in color

  21. michaeldylanwelch says:

    end of the day . . .
    one by one we gather
    around the unlit beach fire

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