Rengay Through the Seasons #10 [1-4]

by Masago: Rengay #10 (Nov 4-10), Verses 1-4 (of 6)

Prairie horizon — ducks in a 'V' fly in / from the north.
An A-frame roof raised - the urban view expands.
A horse shoe / over the fireplace mantle — fading memories.
Basement reno — the wooden sawhorse, now / the kids' pony.

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aurora said...

You're doing such a good job on this one, Vaughn.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...


floots said...

i agree with aa
good one

John McDonald said...

looks interesting

Borut said...

Talking about kids, here's the nursery rhyme from my early childhood, The Bear's Wedding, summarized in plain prose:

It's all rhyme, Vaughn, an insurmountable obstacle for a haiku writer!?:) All I can say is that the Bear married a Fox. The Crow was the cook, the best pieces of meat got mysteriously lost, and the guests got drunk and danced as crazy...

'Everybody thought as one:
Such a wedding, what great fun!'

polona said...

that's excellent!

Masago said...

Aurora: Thank you. Your encouragement is greatly appreciated.

Andrew: Thanks.

Floots: Thank you as well, mate. :-)

John: Thanks.

Borut: Very cool. Thanks!

Polona: Thank you!