I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2013 – 12

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

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26 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2013 – 12

  1. A room of my own for writing?
    It’s a start!

  2. Katie Bock says:

    Most curious–
    nails sometimes fit
    into everything.

  3. Got a two-fer for you tonight…

    trial separation
    it all comes down
    to brass tacks

    [a desku, I promise!!]

    winter rain
    it all comes down
    to brass tacks

  4. hammer and nails…
    doing what my dad
    never taught me

  5. not hitting the nail on the head cardinal’s conclave

  6. Billy says:

    young couple
    tacks sheets over windows–
    moonlit palace

  7. following
    in father’s footsteps –
    another bent nail

  8. Rita Odeh says:

    hazy sky…
    why did you nsist on
    turning me
    into a nail, the moment you
    said your last goodbye!

  9. the end of snow
    I plant the early seeds 
    of spring

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

    Rick Daddario
    Kailua, Hawaii
    USA

  10. jmbhatt says:

    trying hard,
    to hammer last nail,
    in coffin of this day,
    ouch!!! hurt my soul.

  11. bigmax722 says:

    fences –
    the wind always trying
    to take me

  12. polona says:

    the things that can’t be mended spring snow

  13. sanjuktaa says:

    Mailed my poem to you, Aubrie. It needed a little formatting which i didn’t know how to do here.

  14. Cara Holman says:

    the garage shelves filled
    with unfinished projects
    morning drizzle

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  16. Heather says:

    every nail
    a hole
    pinpricks in the conscience
    drawing blood

  17. sickle moon
    the curve
    of our hammock

  18. Asni Amin says:

    things
    I take for granted …
    sunrise

  19. pounding headaches. . .
    the many times death
    knocks on the door
    who am I to drive away
    this uninvited guest

  20. Linda E.H. says:

    father’s silence
    the hammer and nails
    his voice

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