If you have a moment this weekend, and would like to write a haiku, tanka, or small stone in response to a “doodle” (beautiful sketch) by Aubrie Cox, please visit her site: http://yaywords.wordpress.com.
This is her special project for March. I began visiting more this past week and am having a wonderful time!
On a tired day, I wrote a response to Aubrie’s March 3, 2012 doodle:
so weary now
in some ways
still so new
Poets are simply enjoying themselves.
Poetry is surely timeless and renewing, whatever our ages.
“Yay Words!” by Aubrie Cox
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Ellen, I’m so flattered! And, of course, thrilled you’re having fun. 🙂 One of my favorite things about doing this is seeing everyone enjoying themselves and the camaraderie.
Thanks for the plug!
The secret is out! There is nothing like a sketch or two to make the words flow. Aubrie’s post is perfect in that she just suggests things that open the flood gates and eveything just flows.
Thanks for all your kind “likes” and comments.
You are welcome, Aubrie–such a nice idea! Thanks again.
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