I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2014 – 13

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

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22 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2014 – 13

  1. bigmax722 says:

    morning tea
    a spring garden’s
    noisy quiet

  2. kettle of green leaves
    some charity and comfort…
    morning with monks

  3. a walk in haiku says:

    Reblogged this on A Walk In Haiku and commented:
    summoning
    the genie of my teapot …
    Monday morning

  4. steam rising
    from the tea kettle
    I watch
    my inner demons
    nitpick the evening calm

  5. Katie Bock says:

    I no longer ask for signs.
    Cicadas thrum
    your name.

  6. Katie Bock says:

    I never liked tea.
    The smell
    –aroma, you’d say–
    condenses in my eyes.
    The phone
    again.

  7. Rita Odeh says:

    heavy snow-
    in the tea’s steam,
    refugee tents

  8. Anitha Varma says:

    fixing breakfast…
    from the kettle spout
    pops a genie

  9. Watching for Spring

    in the silence. I become caught. in the swirl of a sleepless night. a late winter dream. becoming mist. against the sound of a warm breeze. in the window reflection. I watch my breath. in this silence. I become caught. in the swirl of a dreamless night. waiting for spring.

    restless
    the first sign of spring
    I sip mint tea

  10. reading to the class
    childhood stories
    reach a new generation

  11. Debbie says:

    steam rises up
    a warning
    I look away

  12. no one
    calls my name
    this morning . . .
    as the kettle whistles
    I walk like a zombie

  13. old woman the faint scent of tea

  14. tempest in a teapot —
    my mother
    serves me decaf

  15. sanjuktaa says:

    at tea
    I meet him
    occasionally

  16. I consider
    myself a lady
    but I do not
    even know
    how to pour tea

  17. Reblogged this on Failing at Haiku and commented:
    There is always a proper way to do things. I would love to learn the tea ceremony.

    I consider
    myself a lady
    but I do not
    even know
    how to pour tea

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