Rengay Through the Seasons #42 [1-6]

by Masago: Rengay #42 (Jun 15-21, 2008), Verses 1-6 (of 6)

A hermit watches / drops splash on the surface — koi's pond.
Out in an evening drizzle — we stop for fish and chips.
Potato patch — the sound of pitter-patter / on each leaf.
Sudden downpour — colouring books opened / on the lawn.
Thunderstorm — my umbrella / opens up all too well.
A rainbow across / the road in front of us — the storm behind.

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Bill said...

opening my umbrella
as the raindrops start
you take my arm

John McDonald said...


haiku-shelf said...

it`s a joy to read your poetic work!

best wishes,

polona said...

a fitting conclusion to a wet rengay :)

Pamela said...

I can smell the rain.......

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

the story of life

Janice Thomson said...

Yes the ending is perfect - we need more rainbows.

Masago said...

Bill: Nice.

John: Thanks.

HS: Thank you.

Polona: Thank you; indeed wet it is (appropriate for what the folks in the mid-West US have/are going through).

Pamela: bingo!

Andrew: Yes, well done.

Janice: Thank you, we certainly do.

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