I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2013 – 15

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

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29 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2013 – 15

  1. Asni Amin says:

    red sky …
    and in between so much
    to hear

  2. hearing the good earth
    singing in the rain –
    NOW he’s plugged in!

  3. Rita Odeh says:

    Let’s hush for a while.
    Let’s listen.
    Here they come:
    what, where, when and why
    rushing towards us
    while we are both lonely.
    So, l o n e l y ..!

  4. beverlydyer says:

    Live insect concert
    Crickets hum, ants keep rhythm
    Beetles, violins.

  5. The Ides of March
    say what?
    I missed the tune they played for Caesar!

  6. sudden symphony
    around avocado blossoms
    bee drone


    Rick Daddario
    Kailua, Hawaii

  7. angie werren says:

    what was that song
    she used to sing?
    his tiny toes tap —
    see how they run

  8. HeatherC says:

    resounding beats
    inescapable fury
    never loud enough

  9. polona says:

    white noise
    in her headphones
    spring snowstorm

  10. bigmax722 says:

    as the trees fall –
    a violin concerto
    and a cat

  11. sanjuktaa says:

    the headphones left behind
    …listening to the sounds
    of silence

  12. biofeedback adjusting the baseline

  13. dancing
    to the music
    in my ears

  14. Cara Holman says:

    the woods fill up
    with birdsong

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  16. dubstep
    bass lines coiled
    around both feet

  17. he removed
    his headphones
    and said
    this must be what God’s
    been trying to tell me

  18. drive-by he didn’t hear it coming

  19. media-free night
    after three games
    of gin rummy
    this awkward silence
    between us

  20. I refuse to hear
    the word nursing home . . .
    stretching forever
    with you by my side
    is all I can take

  21. *correction – “words” instead of “word”.

  22. jmbhatt says:

    This time no mistakes,
    ears glued to earth,
    Petrichor prevails on mind.

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