Rengay Through the Seasons #43 Summary

by Masago: Rengay #43 (Jun 22-28, 2008) Summary

End Game

Long day —
the sun goes to bed
after I do.

We get ice-cream cones —
a lick sends my scoop flying.

Rising tide —
a wave laps over the last
of the castle.

A sudden squall —
an outdoor chess match
enters the end game.

At the end of the dock —
he tries hooking minnows.

Awakened at dawn —
the sound of sirens grab
my attention.

The central theme in this rengay is "Endings".

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J. Andrew Lockhart said...

This was a really good one!

Ričardas said...

I would correct you. They are not just endings, they are great endings :)

Janice Thomson said...

Yes, I really liked this one too!

jem said...

Mmm good one. Now that you have revealed the theme, they take a good second reading. Endings really do come in all shapes and sizes.

polona said...

enjoyed this one... the theme became obvious when janice pointed it out :)

Bill said...

end of the dock
summer moonlight
all the way across

Masago said...

Andrew: Thank you!

Ričardas: Thank you kindly.

Janice: Many thanks.

Jem: Yes they, thanks.

Polona: :-) Thanks.

Bill: Ah, yes, moonlight doesn't get any better than in the summer across the lake.

Borut said...

Attention-grabbing end of the game!:)

Masago said...

Borut: I was just glad it did drive up to our house. :-)