TILUS POETRY (for DVERSE)

I.

Dust settled on him, seed
under the

ground.

II.

Leaf peeled off the branch, wings
spread and took

flight.

III.

Clouds gather up a storm
cleansing rain

falls.

IV.

Birdsongs make the air
paradise-

like.

~~~~

Robin on a branch

Tilus Poetry, the featured form in tonight’s edition of DVERSE, is a micro poetry form  originated by the talented Kelvin S.M.  Head over to DVERSE for information about the form and for wonderful responses.  Please give Kelvin a visit when you get the chance.  His poetry is awesome. 🙂

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10 comments

  1. oh wow… beautiful nature images… like them much…and yes… Birdsongs make the air
    paradise-
    like….. i sing along… blue sky today… a beautiful morning…

  2. These are lovely, lovely & cheerful set of Tilus, ate Imelda. Wow! There’s a great feel of happiness in your words that can make anyone’s day. Thank you po ate for trying your hand at Tilus form & giving us an exquisite result. An inspiration to me. Smiles..

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