I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2013 – 11

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

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38 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2013 – 11

  1. my spring palette
    fades with the sun breeze
    the laundry

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    Rick Daddario
    Kailua, Hawaii
    USA

  2. Asni Amin says:

    along
    these folds of laundry …
    I follow frog song

  3. jmbhatt says:

    wind swept
    our dreams
    seen together.

  4. […] with “I Doodle You ‘Ku 2013 – 11” by Aubrie Cox at Yay […]

  5. beverlydyer says:

    honeysuckle breeze
    delights my nose while I hang
    freshly washed laundry

  6. sanjuktaa says:

    a conversation
    between the butterfly
    and beetle…
    spring wind

  7. spring forward her magic carpet ride in time

  8. polona says:

    spring wind the shape of the old dog’s rug

  9. Rita Odeh says:

    morning breeze-
    between my garment and yours,
    a scented whisper

  10. Cara Holman says:

    cotton clouds
    dresses dancing
    to the tune of the wind

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  12. Hem to shadow
    Hoping for another
    hour of sunlight

  13. washing
    at full sail –
    march wind’s puffed cheeks

  14. laundry hung
    in the spring wind–
    startled sparrows

  15. summer evening unfolding his prayer rug

  16. knot2share says:

    This is a modified oldie from me but could not help sharing it here –

    cloudless sunshine —
    bird droppings
    only on whites

  17. all hung out to dry
    charming in summer spring fall
    wintery shudders!

  18. Richard Cody says:

    Yesterdays laundry
    flapping in the breeze,
    clotheslines hum…

  19. sunshine running in and out of clean laundry

  20. bigmax722 says:

    daydream . .
    as far as the wind
    will take me

  21. Leslie Rose says:

    the snap
    of clothes on the line
    vagrant winds

  22. angie werren says:

    he thinks of there —
    (a cloth bag full of clothespins)
    someone left fresh towels here
    in the mouse room

  23. if only pain
    fades like color . . .
    loads of laundry

  24. Linda E.H. says:

    heavy gusts
    laundry shadows
    do the wave

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