I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2013 – 06

The concept is simple: Here’s a doodle. Now write a poem to accompany it!

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28 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2013 – 06

  1. Chinese lantern branch
    Lights the summer garden
    Orange bliss sweet!

  2. Cara Holman says:

    midsummer’s night
    tiny lanterns
    all aglow

  3. […] the I Doodle, You ‘Ku challenge, on Aubrie Cox’s Yay […]

  4. autumn sky
    full of clouds
    dried pods

  5. Bette says:

    evening lantern
    her silk robe stained
    with snow

  6. paper lanterns
    the politics of China
    folding darkness

  7. Astrid de Keulenaar says:

    When the moon is gone
    I hold my little lantern
    Now, can you see me?

  8. Lent and Spring soon
    He is the Vine
    I the branch
    in need of sun
    and new strength

    John 15

    Blessings, Ellen

  9. paper lantern
    letting go
    of the old me

  10. hanging lanterns
    in the winter dry grass
    I remember Buddha

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    http://www.rickdaddario.com/

    Rick Daddario
    Kailua, Hawaii
    USA

  11. physalis lanterns
    glow warmly –
    the garden’s down-town end

  12. polona says:

    chinese lanterns
    you, too, have become
    transparent

  13. Aubrie, I so like your sketches! These are a recent find for me and I am so glad to discover them! 🙂

  14. bigmax722 says:

    moonlight on the snow –
    my heart skips
    a few breaths

  15. Asni Amin says:

    you never know
    what dawn brings …
    a sparrow’s song

  16. Antoinette Libro says:

    leaving the lanterns
    for last in mother’s garden
    now they too must go

  17. Valentine lights
    the string of emails
    we sent each other

  18. jmbhatt says:

    Hopes dangle
    On tiny thread
    Pulsating life.

  19. sanjuktaa says:

    not enough light
    to read your mind…
    chinese lanterns

  20. gone to seed the maidens all in a row

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