I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2013 – 14

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 – 14

  1. Cara Holman says:

    summer’s end
    dried thistle flowers
    in a vacant lot

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  3. untended pastures
    summer blooms with
    firefly glow

  4. first frost drifting away on milkweed fluff

  5. bigmax722 says:

    over there –
    they seem so carefree
    butterflies in milkweed

  6. at the edge
    of a field
    the wind
    keeps going

  7. Each spring
    Dad and our neighbour
    met at the corner post and
    walked the fence line–
    “Good for another year!”

  8. no more snow
    between the lines
    white butterfly

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    Rick Daddario
    Kailua, Hawaii
    USA

  9. two roads converging a little butterfly

    (with apologies to Frost and Issa)

  10. Rita Odeh says:

    when will it
    set you free, butterfly…
    the cocoon

  11. Billy says:

    butterflies
    and barbed wire–
    painful truth

  12. through the barbed wire
    and away –
    seeds of new life

  13. Asni Amin says:

    awakened
    by the the sound of spring …
    last day of school

  14. bigmax722 says:

    on the other side
    they seem so carefree –
    the butterflies

  15. undeterred by barbed wire fencing spring wind

  16. polona says:

    cheating a little with a previously published poem…

    between spikes
    of the barbed wire
    butterfly eggs

    (Notes from the Gean 4:1)

  17. sanjuktaa says:

    on the other side
    of the barbed wire fence-
    spring

  18. angie werren says:

    from here
    it’s not a barrier but
    over his head dangerous things
    teeter

  19. Knowing one day
    I’ll be all by myself
    I comfort myself believing
    you’ll be at the other side
    where it’s better than spring

  20. terrilfrench says:

    leaving home–
    milk thistle seeds
    cling to the screen door

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