I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2013 – 16

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

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20 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2013 – 16

  1. Rita Odeh says:

    dawn arrow-
    a howl scratches
    the silence

  2. Astrid de Keulenaar says:

    Aiming too high
    in search of an apple
    the arrow just
    scratches the surface

  3. bigmax722 says:

    falling stars –
    perhaps i aim
    too high

  4. angie werren says:

    bored; he snaps the hull
    of a sunflower seed
    and it falls —
    he knows not where

  5. Cara Holman says:

    spring fever…
    drawn off course
    by a shaft of sunlight

  6. polona says:

    how am i to know
    the rules have changed
    if no one tells me
    the arrows of your words
    cut deep into my flesh

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  8. pattern repeat
    the arrow of meditation
    center

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

    Rick Daddario
    Kailua, Hawaii
    USA

  9. arrowhead piercing the dawn a stag’s cry

  10. I don’t want to
    miss a single thing . . .
    daffodils are blossoming
    where I least expect it
    as you wither away

  11. intuition’s aim…
    from the depth of my heart
    to yours

    launched arrow
    whether bull’s eye or miss
    your truth

  12. aiming
    for the stars-
    an arrow

  13. some stretch too far
    some fall short –
    between: the bulls-eye haiku

  14. slightly off kilter the path to my heart

  15. Asni Amin says:

    cupid’s song
    from another time …
    silent sky

  16. Richard Cody says:

    Several arrows,
    no bulls-eye,
    yet.

  17. the arrow Maid Marian strike his heart

  18. jmbhatt says:

    Never mind the misses,
    It is the process of taking aim,
    Our involvement.

  19. sanjuktaa says:

    missing the mark…
    today the freedom
    to flower
    somewhere,
    anywhere

  20. first visit in years —
    the kids do their best
    with forty-year-old toys

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