I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2014 – 11

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

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21 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2014 – 11

  1. paper swans
    divide at the fork
    in the river . . .
    the choice I made
    to leave you

  2. Moonsinging says:

    under the green
    shades our laughter
    cricket song

  3. Anitha Varma says:

    the cicadas…
    I listen to the the sounds
    of bamboo growing

  4. Rita Odeh says:

    teach me, flute…
    to turn this kiss into
    butterflies

  5. a walk in haiku says:

    Reblogged this on A Walk In Haiku and commented:
    bamboo flute …
    the sway in the rhythm
    shifting dreams

  6. listen to the green
    the secret trees –
    one thousand gifts

    Each line is the title of a book.

    Listen To The Green by Luci Shaw
    The Secret Trees poems by Luci Shaw
    One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp

    Both authors have websites, if someone wishes more information.

  7. construction site —
    a little girl’s
    origami crane

  8. Debbie says:

    emotions folded
    neatly enough
    to stay afloat

  9. polona says:

    wind through the reed warbler’s song

  10. I wake in four AM darkness. a walk through tall bamboo. the sound of unknown birds scattering before me. the scent of winter trailing each step. I slip deeper into sleep. a path of fallen origami cranes. these breadcrumbs into my dream.

    flight into spring
    each fold of an origami wing
    one step closer

    • aloha Aubrie. my oops and an apology for posting this correction. I prefer to title haibun. where as I do not title haiku. I simply forgot to include the title with the previous comment post. below is the entire haibun (the body is the same) with the title:

      **

      Each Step into Spring

      I wake in four AM darkness. a walk through tall bamboo. the sound of unknown birds scattering before me. the scent of winter trailing each step. I slip deeper into sleep. a path of fallen origami cranes. these breadcrumbs into my dream.

      flight into spring
      each fold of an origami wing
      one step closer

      **

      thank you for hosting as well as drawing for your month of doodle ku. and as well for allowing my correction. aloha. rick.

  11. bamboo flower . . .
    that wish of making him
    live long enough
    to see the many times
    he could make me bloom

  12. Katie Bock says:

    How dry their wings.
    I would wake you.

  13. Maria Santomauro says:

    singing
    for their lost love-
    crickets

  14. early spring
    tucked in the folds
    of bamboo

  15. sanjuktaa says:

    whispering grove-
    my unspoken words
    find a voice

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