He Doodles, You ‘Ku – 31

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.

And that’s a wrap! I’ll be posting a “what now” post tomorrow.

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23 thoughts on “He Doodles, You ‘Ku – 31

  1. A Walk In My Heart says:

    till then …
    a thousand stars

  2. Cara Holman says:

    he leaves without
    a backward glance
    heavy fog

  3. Nadine says:

    with only her scarf
    he heads home

  4. sanjuktaa says:

    in his wake
    my tattered dreams-
    the Balloon man gone

  5. winter rain
    on my last haiku
    the ink runs

  6. his eyes
    at the end of the road
    flat tire

  7. Kathy says:

    lilac wind
    on her scarf
    a thousand suns
    I leave behind

  8. Rita Odeh says:

    his glance-
    an arrow strikes
    the target

  9. alee9 says:

    with mist in its trail…
    the young moon sets

  10. bigmax722 says:

    windsong –
    as if I could fly

  11. Maria Santomauro says:

    home penniless…
    no return

  12. terrilfrench says:

    wind shear–
    recognition in
    the stranger’s eyes

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  14. LUV U 4EVA
    graffiti on the sidewalk
    where he died

  15. After hot yoga
    going out for milkshakes
    resistance futile

  16. the wind blows
    my scarf away . . .
    one more glance
    I melt in the memory
    of your touch

  17. no turning back–
    this winding road we follow
    over and over

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