I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2013 – 10

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

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31 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2013 – 10

  1. wind through the ghetto
    …raspy
    saxophone

  2. Rita Odeh says:

    teach me, flute . . .
    to turn this kiss
    into tones

  3. Asni Amin says:

    morning light …
    the cicada’s gone
    yet still his song

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  5. night blues
    the sound of a freight train
    through spring fog

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    Rick Daddario
    Kailua, Hawaii
    USA

  6. wind in the reeds. . .
    the sound of the unspoken
    riffs

  7. Pamela A. Babusci says:

    sultry evening
    the saxophonist’s
    cool notes

    Pamela A. Babusci

  8. alone at night
    the sax man turns
    the moon blue

  9. sanjuktaa says:

    loneliness…
    the loon’s call rippling
    the sky

  10. jmbhatt says:

    captivating,
    this tune,
    this body.

  11. So-o-o-o sweet!
    Play those notes
    one more time
    before you call it a day
    will ya please, pretty please?

  12. grace notes the way he plays off key

  13. Cara Holman says:

    signs of spring…
    birdsong
    and all that jazz

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  15. Coltrane the warbler falls silent

  16. Billy says:

    hazy moon
    moan of the river
    around a bend

  17. polona says:

    slow spring
    the busker sings
    on playback

  18. smooth jazz
    violet notes
    in her merlot

  19. Maria Santomauro says:

    in the rain
    I remember his saxophone
    playing

  20. bigmax722 says:

    the length of the last train late night blues

  21. Italian café
    red wine
    blue notes

  22. HeatherC says:

    wailing
    the piano man accompanies
    speaking the soul

  23. hearing him
    sleep more hours
    in a day
    any bird song
    this spring
    is a sad lullaby

  24. I’ve tried several times to reply to Elizabeth-Ann Winkler’s ku b/c I like it, but I don’t see it.

  25. knot2share says:

    jazzy night –
    silent notes sparkle
    in the sky

  26. Linda E.H. says:

    faded love letters
    crumbled red rose petals
    still she sing the blues

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