Rengay Through the Seasons #7 [1-6]

by Masago: Rengay #7 (Oct 14-20), Verses 1-6 (of 6)

Autumn lawn... more leaf-mulching than / grass-cutting.
National Geographic — she clips pictures for school.
Grandma blinks / for the fourth straight time — family portrait.
A young man / across the table... a speck / in her eye.
Vacuuming some crumbs — the tinkle of an earring.
Harvest hail — mice in the wheat field / head for cover.

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J. Andrew Lockhart said...

autumn is so clear in this

Pamela said...

I've vacuumed so many of ear ring backs. Made me nod my head.

floots said...

another fine series
that final image captures human life all too well
and i smiled ruefully at the vacuuming (missed the post yesterday - had to go to the - ominous roll of drums - big city) :)

John McDonald said...

good group vaughn

Borut said...

Great idea ... in the last one...!:)The Cover Story!?:)

aurora said...

(Psst, that "earring" word again.)

Nice stuff, Vaughn.

polona said...

love this last one.

Masago said...

Andrew: Thanks.

Pamela: :-)

Floots: Thanks, the last verse does have some parallels as you mention.

John: Thanks!

Borut: You are right on, bro!

Aurora: Thanks. Is it still wrong?

Polona: Thank you.