The concept is simple: Here’s a doodle. Now write a poem to accompany it! New to doodleku? See the original post; you can also click here to keep track of each day.
edge of the bedstand —
wiping water off
the book jacket
on second thought…
bedstand edge —
wiping a puddle
from your book
today the snow
i lose sight of spring
in the forest…
listening to music
get away time
second sight turning up the heat
all night long . .
the branch i didn’t trim
going again with a previously published piece…
did i say too much?
of his hearing aid
(Prune Juice 6)
the office assistant
puts on her glasses
allegro con brio
a flurry of hailstones
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sunrays pass through
in her glasses –
pages of a thriller
aloha John. I like this. . . . . wait. is this from a Travis McGee color?
sorry rick don’t know what a travis mcgee colour is????
the MacGee books all (or most all) have a color in the title:
if you like private eye books you might like these, i like them, but I like a lot of “who dunnit” or P.I. type books—and your name caught my eye (although his is spelled different).
oops. I meant of course McGee.
thanks rick can you help with something else – when I click on my own name my blog does not come up – an unable to connect comes up – is it the same for you?
I’ve clicked on your name several times and gotten that same message. is your blog on WordPress or Blogspot? I take it you are in the UK?? I know I connect to other blogs in the UK and else where, so there must be a way. it may be in a setting. if you are on WP, ask about it in the WP forums, they’ve helped me on a couple of things there. I’m not sure if I can help even with more info but I will try if the forum doesn’t work for you. 19planets at gmail dot com.
with a laser
runs after the laser’s
the futility of chasing
at the old age home
Where did I leave them?
I can’t see
at traffic lights …
sound of spring
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