Sunday, February 12, 2012

Sunday Savvy 18


revisit Sunday Savvy 17

Children carnival parades on Sundays, are a treat to both the young and the old; for visitors as well as natives.
Older folk i think relive the energy of childhood play and youngs ones just enjoy themselves. Its no wonder we Trinis use the phrase 'play mas ' to refer to the action of the masquerade whether of adults or children. To masquerade is to have fun.

Times when though; children at play were scolded by knowing and wise adults to come out from the rain (well that was mostly so in the days when children's play was an outdoor activity, looong before the computer era).

The paradox today is that both adults and children ignore rain showers in the consensus of 'play mas'

Sunday Smiles to all

in between
rain and sun
carnival joy

-- gillena cox


click here to view 'Dance The Mas'


collected years
in that deepened mix
childhood lingers
to frolic
within this whispy rain
dancing puddles

--magyar


a kid's Sunday
filled with lots
of nothing to do

--Bill


Winter Chill
warming up with
Sunday Savvy18

doano


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4 Comments:

Blogger Magyar said...

collected years
in that deepened mix
childhood lingers
to frolic
within this whispy rain
dancing puddles

... and to double-up... Happy Birthday Gillena! _m

6:49 PM  
Blogger Bill said...

At first, I thought "mas" was "Ma's."

a kid's Sunday
filled with lots
of nothing to do

10:26 PM  
Blogger Frieda said...

That's so delightful... both your art and your explanation are transferring happiness to me :)

3:46 PM  
Blogger Gillena Cox said...

:)Thank you Bill for your Sunday sharing; i'll edit and include


Frieda i'm happy you dropped in


much love...

7:37 AM  

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