Thursday, 15 May 2014

Spring madness


dark skies, lithium clouds, 
wild green flames

-  spring


 ~0~0~0~   

                                            
morning's mad rush towards 
white tulips

- bees
                                             
                                          
 ~0~0~0~   


we are rain-drenched to skin
moist as buds  

-  sparks


~0~0~0~    

purple night thrums above
pearl-strung moon

-  kiss





Posted for D'verse Poets Pub ~ Tilus Form (6 - 3 - 1 syllable) created by Kelvin M ~ Thanks for the visit ~

40 comments:

  1. The second one is my favorite, but all of them together painted a picture of what it's like up there right now. Nicely done, Grace.

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  2. I am intrigued with this form ... difficult, you have made it look easy. No small feat.

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  3. Og, you have made this form your own. Works well with your voice. Quite lovely.

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  4. nice - i love getting wet in the spring rain... and a had a full body soak just a few days ago...smiles... my fav is the tulip bee rush... very cool

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  5. I went through a full day of early Spring in these images which get truly active in the afternoon rain. Love it. You take to this as naturally as you do strings of haiku and couplets.

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  6. oo some wonderful visuals in this....like the heat of that last kiss...
    and lithium clouds...very cool

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  7. what a lovely set! the 2nd one is my favorite..

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  8. The pear-strung moon - a true gem - I recognize the hands of a haiku poet

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  9. wonderful, light touch, perfect words for the form

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  10. Lithium clouds & thrumming purple nights hooked me hard, Grace; a perfect quartet of Tilus for us to savor; seemed like you had fun with it.

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  11. Lovely series, Grace! I guess my favorite is the morning's wild rush.

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  12. The very first one of these speaks to me on so many levels... They're all beautiful, but that one really got to me. Amazing!

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  13. This is beautiful... what a wonderful collection!

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  14. Like the sound of
    purple night thrums above
    pearl-strung moon



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  15. Amazing! and full of imagery you've done here. I dig this very much. :)

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  16. Sigh, rain drenched to skin here, Grace. I am hoping summer will be more pleasant.

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  17. loved the beauty of this.... the last one the most

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  18. very nice, especially like the 3rd, sparks despite the rain...indeed

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  19. These are all lovely but, my fav is the last one..

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  20. I'll take all three, except the bees, that one you can keep, they sting lol

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  21. Oh, the pear strung moon but all are wonderful.

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  22. I really like the imagery in your collection.

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  23. Love all of them! First two - especially! ~ Love the style :)

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  24. Love the passion of the last two

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  25. ooh I especially like that second one...all are lovely!

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  26. Lovely! & very visual, Grace. The form works easily on your style too that it's as if you've tried it before. The 3rd tilus is my favourite. Smiles. Thank you, Grace.

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  27. Moist as buds was the one that really spoke to me, but they are all beautifully wild, mysterious and romantic.

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  28. Love the #1 Grace! It creates a realistic impression of impending Spring showers! Wonderful take!

    Hank

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  29. Grace I really like this form. It's absolutely beautiful. So much "spring" in this :)

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  30. This form benefits from your symmetrical presentation. Lovely phrases. Not so keen on that migraine-inducing cup :-)

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  31. Last one, definitely, is my favorite. Almost anything with a moon has me reading it.

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  32. These are beautiful and simply resonate with spring!

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  33. Grace - love the tulips and bees and the pearl strung moon - gorgeous! K

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  34. don't sparks always happen when two conductors approach ? This was a very pleasing set to read and visualize.

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  35. morning's mad rush towards
    white tulips

    - bees

    Just love the effect. Amazing.

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  36. I love your spring images and of them, the mad-rushing bees are my favorite. :-)

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  37. Your talent pours out with any form of poetry. Lovely as always..
    And thanks for sharing this form. One day I might take a swing at it..

    peace and love
    1ManView

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