I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2014 – 22


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

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

  1. Rita Odeh says:

    day moon-
    on the way to
    a dream…

  2. Puzzle unWrapping

    puzzling. this life. all i need to do. is be. be in it. breathe. each piece. each breath. falls into place. snowflakes. in a Spring storm. one after another. each piece falls. into place. effortlessly. i feel. another breath. fall. into place. and the snowstorm. becomes. first Spring rain.

    the snowstorm falls
    into Spring rain

  3. Maria Santomauro says:

    in the mazes
    of the mind-
    a thought

  4. buried beneath
    a pile of cliché
    the missing puzzle piece

  5. Debbie says:

    routines, swinging
    keep her

  6. sanjuktaa says:

    missing pieces
    of the puzzle-
    what could have been

  7. completed jigsaw puzzle . . .
    if only the lost fragments
    of herself
    felt the same
    before the chemo

  8. Katie Bock says:

    Authors ignore eyes.
    Say more with sun,
    with dust, with hats.
    I do not look at eyes.
    My pieces fit.

  9. Katie Bock says:

    Mom stares
    at my eyes.
    Rude. My self is mine.

  10. a walk in haiku says:

    letting go …
    the pieces that don’t

  11. Rita Odeh says:

    missing pieces-
    the long journey
    into myself

  12. old friends
    sit at a table
    and put puzzles

    they sort and place
    what they can
    leave the rest to God

  13. A ribbon reminder
    of a lost love
    as he struggles to piece together
    the puzzle of his heart
    with one less

  14. now that you’re gone
    I find pieces of memories
    that I’ve forgotten
    like the words of a song
    finally complete

  15. a piece of the puzzle
    that doesn’t want to fit
    little boy special needs

  16. Reblogged this on Failing at Haiku and commented:
    a piece of the puzzle
    that doesn’t want to fit
    little boy special needs

  17. undiagnosed pieces lost from their puzzle

  18. […] I wrote this poem for a doodle by Aubrie Cox in 2014. […]

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