He Doodles, You ‘Ku – 30

The concept is simple: HM doodles; you write a poem to accompany it. Links to all the doodles throughout the month and the opening post can be found here.

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

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24 thoughts on “He Doodles, You ‘Ku – 30

  1. dennise aiello says:

    birthday boy’s deflated balloon cat’s pajamas   D. B. Aiello Benton, LA

  2. Sean Carlton says:

    Daddy’s weekend
    hoping he will make it
    next time

  3. Rita Odeh says:

    deflated balloon-
    the child’s song falls
    to a whisper

  4. Rita Odeh says:

    the quick deflation
    of that floating balloon-
    last goodbye

  5. cloud box
    my bedtime story
    of balloons

  6. A Walk In My Heart says:

    where
    have all he flowers gone …
    blackbird

  7. Maria Santomauro says:

    a hero
    in adventure-
    fading dream

  8. bigmax722 says:

    broken crayons –
    the color of a dream
    she carries

  9. the ill wind brought
    the needle-tongued godmother
    guttered candles

  10. Cara Holman says:

    blustery day
    remembering when we were
    very young

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  12. GILLENA COX says:

    play day ends…
    a child costumed in
    hooded pyjamas

  13. alee9 says:

    evening bell–
    the faded sun bobs
    on a string

    waiting
    on the moon first
    to knock
    at a dream house where
    my balloon is a pillow

    it followed me
    i carried it on a string
    now I need a sky

  14. dreams
    turn to nightmares…
    broken family

  15. autumn sunset
    too late to revive
    a deflated dream?

  16. Kathy says:

    where the wild things are
    another song lost in a birdcage

  17. another birthday
    waiting for the rain
    to stop
    he counts the cars
    till he sees dad’s

  18. terrilfrench says:

    bullied child–
    the twisted shape
    of tomorrow

    or

    bullied child–
    another twist
    of the swingset chain

  19. child’s play . . .
    how easily we turn
    our backs on dreams

  20. Peter Newton says:

    the depression commercial unusually animated

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