Rengay Through the Seasons #16 [1-6]

by Yvonne Myers (ym), and Vaughn Seward (vs);
Rengay #16 (Dec 16-22) Verses 1-6 (of 6):

Shadow of a crow / on the snow in front of me — where's the bird? /ym
Fired from somewhere... a snowball finds its mark. /vs
Guarding / an empty doghouse, a frosty man /ym
The house key / slips out of my hand — fresh drift. /vs
A sudden sound, a sneeze — the bushes move nearby. /ym
Our toboggan / hits a bump... kids ahead / begin to scatter. /vs

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Anonymous said...

Very good.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I would, too. :)

floots said...

it's the small things which move the world
great series
thank you

Borut said...

Winter life. Enjoyed.

John McDonald said...


polona said...

ah, the things that go bump in the night... (not that this is related to this rengay) :-)
well done!

Masago said...

Thanks all! Floots: its amazing how the small things are able to move the big ones. :-) Polona: It is actually a lot of fun to go tobogganing when it gets dark. :-)

floots said...

i loved sledging/toboganning as a kid - and i've been going downhill ever since
(Sorry vaughn - thought you might be short of bad jokes for your christmas crackers) :)

Masago said...

Floots: On the contrary, thank you for the humour. Cheers!