Renhai Reflections 101: Understanding


A Renhai by Vaughn Seward (vs) & Janice Thomson (jt)

Tidy cupboards —
each fruit can on the shelf
facing outward. /jt

Apple sauce on toast — /vs
the kids avoid my eyes. /jt

Farmers market —
under stalls a boy looks for
other life forms. /vs

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Devika said...

Interesting series, Masago and Janice :)

I liked the second one, most :)


RBroeker said...

Strange to me; there is said a lot between the lines, I think. The strict way you write together reminds me of asian paintings with coloured sands. Makes me feel a lot. Thank you.

Best wishes

Dalloway said...

this is very good... well done the both of you!

John McDonald said...

well done

polona said...

another delightful one :)

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

you two have a thing with these. nice!

Gillena Cox said...

the second verse is my favourite

much love

Pamela said...

tidy cans, and spices alphabetized.
I know her/him.
I'm to busy looking for other forms of life .... sigh.

Masago said...

Thank you all!

jem said...

I like this one - all those little quirky ways we have. The image of the cans is creepy and comforting at the same time. And I love that boy - I hope he finds something.