I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2014 – 25


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

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11 thoughts on “I Doodle, You ‘Ku 2014 – 25

  1. bobraxton says:

    Coastal Living / Cobalt Blue a- / – wake shaktipat

  2. bobraxton says:

    ‘kundalin Cobalt Bluei’ the porch / came to / my mind – reminds me of the story: up in a mountain “holler” a woman (in this case) with a fancy sports car left parked for the day, went by other means to her job with the instruction for her live-in male; and when she returned that evening, she saw paint all over her fancy sports car. “What did you do that for?” she asked, her kundalini rising. “Well,” he replied, “you told me to paint the porch!”

  3. all day
    I’ve waited for you–
    through my tears
    I almost regretted
    the sting of my words
    in not wanting you

  4. Blue Strings

    floating. beneath the sea. my arms drift. with the pull of curling waves. i rise to the surface. take a breath. launch to shore. the blue strings. and bubble. of jellyfish. no. a man-o-war. enough warning. i step out of the water. another land creature. remembering the sea.

    blue string sand
    this remnant along the shore
    of first Spring storm

  5. Katie Bock says:

    Radial development,
    a never-ending wheel.

  6. a walk in haiku says:

    Reblogged this on A Walk In Haiku and commented:
    twilight …
    the dance we dance
    back and forth

  7. so tranquil
    in the open sea —
    man o’ war

  8. Debbie says:

    into the blue
    for a touch

  9. arriving early
    to watch for a time
    fish tank at the dentist

  10. crocuses bopping
    to the sound
    of baby robins . . .
    my heart skips a beat
    for new beginnings

  11. floating up from the deep daydreams

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