2007-11-07

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.

Click here for the previous rengay in the series.

7 comments:

aurora said...

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

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

nice

floots said...

i agree with aa
good one

John McDonald said...

looks interesting
john

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!