He Doodles, You ‘Ku – 1

If you missed the opening post, take a look here. The concept is simple: Here’s a doodle. Now it’s your turn—write a poem to accompany it.

Doodle is by HM Yuan; please do not post the doodles on other blogs.

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33 thoughts on “He Doodles, You ‘Ku – 1

  1. terrilfrench says:

    summer love–
    my daughter learns
    the length of forever

  2. warm ups
    In figure eights-

  3. a girl
    flying kites
    in eights

  4. studying
    for an eighty average-
    a girl

  5. fingers pricked
    we swore to be friends
    a stranger stares back at me
    from her Facebook page

  6. Cara Holman says:

    moebius strip
    i tell her i was
    her age once

  7. angie werren says:

    this new year —
    what remains
    is endless

  8. […] I can’t resist a good (and fun) challenge, I will also be attempting Aubrie Cox’s He Doodles, You ‘Ku challenge. It’s been a month since I’ve written any significant amount of haiku or […]

  9. New Year’s Eve–
    a girl leaves the party
    before midnight

  10. first day of spring
    a balloon extends
    the sky

  11. summer breeze
    still waiting

  12. sanjuktaa says:

    this wait
    for the balloonman-
    summer grass growing

    Thank you, Aubrie. Than you, HM Yuan.

  13. bigmax722 says:

    letting go –
    the shape of a dream
    turning in the breeze

  14. GILLENA COX says:

    facing the breeze…
    a swell of bird song
    from up on high

  15. Ro Babcock says:

    the unknown awaits
    should she ever let go

  16. kvennarad says:

    lemon girl
    all yellow hair and

  17. Kathy says:

    year of the snake–
    I cling to what’s left
    of old myself

  18. infinity . . .
    she remembers to forget

  19. ankle deep
    my attachment
    to infinity

  20. sudden wind–
    her childhood days
    snatched too soon

  21. Rita Odeh says:

    soaring without
    a string

  22. Fishing with moonbait —
    clouds of ghostfish
    plane its sides

  23. Peter Newton says:

    parting gift
    a carnival’s absence
    to those adolescent years

  24. whimsygizmo says:

    is a balloon
    best let go

  25. A Walk In My Heart says:

    a sparrow’s song
    waits for the morning star …
    holding on

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