I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2014 – 03


This is a temp version of the doodle from my phone. I’ll scan when I get home. My apologies for the lateness! Things should be more regular from here on out.

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


Everyone seemed to like mobile version, so I’ll leave it up. Below is the scanned, unedited version.


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57 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2014 – 03

  1. Maria Santomauro says:

    on the moon-
    a prince

  2. Katie Bock says:

    You would have seen him clearer.

  3. Anitha Varma says:

    the hare below in
    deep meditation

  4. the smell of snow stars

  5. Anitha Varma says:

    permit me to add that I love your pictures, especially this one.. it took me outside myself.. it is beyond words..thanks.

  6. Temp versions
    Of timeβ€”
    This ear/ritating
    relativity of now

    (really, i love the temp mood of this mobile doodle!)

  7. this long cold winter
    with so much beauty

    the beach the skies

    all will change
    to another beauty

    solitude will be

    for now
    the deer and

    enjoy some meals
    and views


    * * *

    I wrote this as a paragraph today and then played with the lines.

  8. he follows my heart
    through songs
    as if like a rabbit
    I will some day slip into
    the whiteness of trees

  9. sanjuktaa says:

    pale moonlight the hare out of its hole

  10. Heather says:

    down the rabbit hole
    to another place
    searching for my buried escape

  11. polona says:

    Aubrie, i love the doodle as it is, so charming…

    here’s another oldie…

    we have in common
    plum blossom rain

    (The Heron’s Nest XIII.3)

  12. far-off stars
    if only he could fly
    the rabbit wishes

  13. no one told me
    I couldn’t count
    every star

  14. Yousei Hime says:

    last snowfall
    I wish you both joy
    in a text

  15. Adam Traynor says:

    green dawn the smell of fading stars

  16. shock and awe-inspiring skies

  17. a walk in haiku says:

    twilight mist …
    my breath pauses in the
    twinkling of a star

  18. Rita Odeh says:

    melting snow-
    out of the burrow,
    long ears

  19. Debbie says:

    the sky fall
    peace by peace

  20. angie werren says:

    I send an echo into
    the air but — hush
    words swirl into silence like

  21. kalaramesh says:

    Hi, Aubrie,
    Joining the bandwagon ^_^

    a longing
    in her eyes even as
    it’s time for bed . ..
    to be out there with
    the rabbit on the moon

    i liked your drawing!

  22. Peggy Bilbro says:

    stars melt
    the dark of night
    snowy sky

  23. kvennarad says:

    bunny stuff lookin’ up tails fallin’ oh

  24. sanjuktaa says:

    Another one:

    that hour when
    I. too, am
    left stranded
    at earth’s edge

  25. nice poems….this is interesting !

  26. purushothamarao says:

    unsettled chores
    hare chasing tortoise
    moon clueless

  27. Shloka Shankar says:

    this starry night
    my desires hop from
    one to another…
    I close my eyes and
    dream of all that isn’t

  28. an old one……

    silent cicadas –
    wishes that drifted
    beyond the stars

  29. Rita Odeh says:

    piercing the silence…
    rabbit moon

  30. a whiff of hyacinth
    by the grocery’s entrance
    this cold winter night
    I hop from aisle to aisle
    thinking of spring

  31. slow spin
    through the late winter night
    I listen to the universe

  32. this snowflake
    …and the next

  33. white rabbit
    on white snow
    deep winter

    I like the shadow-yness of the first picture.

  34. Reblogged this on Failing at Haiku and commented:
    I have found a poetry challenge by Aubrie Cox and have decided to post my poems today. This challenge runs throughout all of March- she puts up a doodle and you respond with a poem. Here is my response to day 3:

    white rabbit
    on white snow
    deep winter

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