facing the dawn;
the swelling song of rooks
and pigeons, as this glass picture
That’s lovely Lisa. I realise I’ve no idea how Cinquain is pronounced, but I think I might be able to get away with it.
Thanks, Steve. I’ve never been too sure myself, to be honest. I think it’s ‘sin-kane’ – i.e. plain English, not posh French 🙂
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