THE FIVE SENSES.





All the players sit in a circle. No. 1 begins by naming something he

has seen, being careful what his last word is, as it must furnish him

with a rhyme for the rest of the game. Each player in turn tells what

he has seen, then No. 1 repeats his first statement and adds what he

heard, the next time, what he tasted; then what he smelt; and lastly,

what he felt. For example, No. 1 says, "I saw a ring of solid gold."

No. 2 says, "I saw a boy fall off the car."



The second time round No. 1 says,



"I saw a ring of solid gold.

I heard a story twice told."



No. 2 says,



"I saw a boy fall off the car.

I heard the war news from afar."



and so on, after going around five times, No. 1's complete rhyme

would be,



"I saw a ring of solid gold.

I heard a story twice told.

I tasted cheese that was too old.

I smelt hay that soon would mould.

I felt for something I couldn't hold."



Do not have the verses written as there is more fun in trying to

remember one's rhyme.





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