Rengay Through the Seasons #12 [1-6]

by Max Verhart (mv), and Vaughn Seward (vs);
Rengay #12 (Nov 18-24) Verses 1-6 (of 6):

Hazy sunlight — a cloud of lapwings / practicing. /mv
After school at the piano... thoughts of other places. /vs
Rattling shutters — Checking the condition / of my sweaters. /mv
The graying hare / hops into a willow thicket — overcast day. /vs
A kid's shoe with a carrot / sitting near the fireplace. /mv
A grizzly lingers / in a patch of rose hips — darkening sky. /vs

[Black bears and grizzlies eat rose hips in the fall. ]

Click here for the previous rengay in the series.


J. Andrew Lockhart said...


Anonymous said...

I have been studying soooo much about bears, that this latest addition of yours startled me! Bears bears everywhere! (I'm checking beneath my bed before I go to sleep tonight. :))

Good progression, Vaughn.

polona said...

after the wind and the clouds, rain is forecast here.
not that this has anything to do with this exquisite rengay (oh wait, perhaps it does :-))

Gillena Cox said...

hazy sunlight to darkening sky; i like the dynamism in this rengay

much love

floots said...

this captures the seasonal transition beautifully
thank you both

Masago said...

Andrew: Thank you.

Aurora: Thanks... sleep tight. ;-)

Polona: Thanks... :-)

Gillena: Thank you.

Floots: Thank you, good to see you back. :-)