Rengay Through the Seasons #52 [1-6]

by Gary Gay (gg) and Vaughn Seward (vs);
Rengay #48 (Aug 24-30, 2008) Verses 1-6 (of 6):

Summer thunder — fireflies blink among / the tall corn. /gg
Corndogs in each hand — we wade through the crowd. /vs
From the top / of the ferris wheel — so many stars. /gg
Up-turned bike — a ladybug on a spoke / of the spinning wheel. /vs
Between the fence slats — a daisy finds the sun. /gg
Journey's end — the lighthouse among the rocks / flashes a welcome. /vs

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J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I really like this collection - sorry I've been gone.

John McDonald said...

enjoyed this one

Borut said...

Great ending! Light in a nutshell!:)

polona said...

what a perfect ending!

Janice Thomson said...

There's something haunting about a lighthouse - here on the coast they've all been closed except the odd one for tourists. Beautiful verse Vaughn.

Masago said...

Thank you all on behalf of Gary and me.

jem said...

Good one. We always think of lighthouses flashing warnings, but warnings can equally be welcomes.

Masago said...

Jem: That is a very good point that I hadn't though of when I wrote this verse (maybe because I'm a land-lubber, living over 800 kilometres from the nearest coastline). :-) Thanks.

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