BY DAN DAVIDSON
Two months trapped in the cold,
ironically chained to this post,
snow-ploughed up to the axles,
rimed with forty-below hoar frost,
two cycles lean front to back
as if they could support each other
against the weather.
Ridden through summer’s dust and mud
they ended here,
transfixed by this impromtu
hitching post until
their transformation is complete.
In the chill of December,
exposed to the elements,
bicycles become bi-‘sicles,
bi-‘sicles built for two.