They remind me of Jack and Jill. Ray sings. They’re going across the ice, across the antarctic. Their names are Felicity and Ferdinand. They’re going walkabout.
They’re thinking: the water is cold. They’ve got to go several metres through the water before they get to the nice big floe. Slipping and sliding. They’re helping each other along.
They can smell sardines. They can hear the wind. They are feeling all right, but rather hungry. They are going to catch some more fish and have a picnic on the ice. They’ll tidy up after the picnic and have a sleep.
They have a friend who finds them lying there fast asleep. His name is Jason. Jason prods them awake. Jason brings some sardines.
Created Thursday 11 September 2014 at the Marsden Club, Wellington, New Zealand