The concept is simple: Here’s a doodle. Now write a poem to accompany it!
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lipsticks / only / tulips
the last bottle
another foggy morning
layered with regrets
OMG! I can relate! Twin sis, we have to talk about this.
a long tall orchid bud. purple? I suspect. no. maybe yellow. two days before Spring. I notice this gesture toward the sky. silent. suddenly. this upward plunge. now I wait. each blossom bud. ready. nearly. open. while white cherry blossoms line the fence. shall I applaud?
the first Spring color
my drawing tools
of the pain meds
first day of spring
an online argument
about what it means
all the pills
he couldn’t take anymore . . .
alone I count
the tulips waiting
to be photographed
So poignant, Chrissi!
After my mother’s last illness and passing, the perennials in the garden were a comfort.
from the grocery store
This carries that comfort to us!
Hi Debbie, Thank you
Reblogged this on A Walk In Haiku and commented:
deepening shadows …
how long more until the light
vase of tulips
on the bedside table
A lovely poem . . .
Out from so little
No else feels
my scattered mind
on the table
x-ray vision the shadow of our affair
extra spoons for today
Reblogged this on Failing at Haiku and commented:
In this doodle the things in the vase are probably flowers, but being a “spoonie” I saw the day’s spoons sitting next to some pills. If you don’t know what a spoonie is, Google “The Spoon Theory.”
the colour of morphine
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