I Doodle, You ‘Ku – 07

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 – 07

  1. jerrydreesen says:

    last night’s argument…. her suitcase in the hall

  2. always going
    I never find you there–
    autumn field

  3. HeatherC says:

    neat, organized, ordered in the way you say goodbye…so easy to ignore the mess you leave behind.

  4. It’s only for the weekend,
    right?

  5. work trip beginning a pile of dirty laundry

  6. Cara Holman says:

    winging in
    on the breeze
    last year’s robins

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  8. Asni Amin says:

    should I stay
    should I leave …
    a question mark

  9. believing
    he’s just away
    on a trip
    each fading sunset
    brings me closer to him

  10. another journey
    another room
    shadows on the wall

  11. Ann Aither says:

    you don’t travel light
    packing all your cold burdens –
    how will you arrive?

  12. flight into spring
    I leave useless items
    on the bed

    **
    http://www.rickdaddario.com/

    Rick Daddario
    Kailua, Hawaii
    USA

  13. beverlydyer says:

    Early morning flight
    Home away from home to pack
    Clams stay in their shell!

  14. polona says:

    lenten moon
    shedding
    what no longer fits

  15. After last night
    another dream
    of traveling

  16. traveling light years away from monogamy

  17. bigmax722 says:

    clear spring sky –
    i dance with the stars,
    naked tonight

  18. Antoinette Libro says:

    all that’s left of him
    a battered brief case
    and wire hangers

  19. jmbhatt says:

    Scattered appendage,
    of organized living,
    missing uniting soul.

  20. Maria Santomauro says:

    in the attic
    clothes and suitcases
    forgotten

  21. the things he packed when we weren’t going anywhere summer’s end

  22. Rita Odeh says:

    I look for you,
    the same as a needle
    in a haystack
    looks for her salvation.

    I yearn for you,
    the same as a year yearns
    for her completeness.

  23. sanjuktaa says:

    migrating bird-
    two or three feathers left
    on the window sill

  24. angie werren says:

    his tiny seersucker shirt
    perfect for any garden mouse party
    he hopes they don’t notice —
    he forgot to pack his shoes

  25. lost horizons the tidiness of his untidy words

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