Sunday, May 25, 2014

Heaven’s wrath

                                                                                              Attribution: BukanDas
Image: Before the Thunderstorm (here)

Tilus a Micro Poetry comprises
a syllable count of 6-3-1

Dark and gray skies above
Hidden cause
See!

High waves lashing the shore
Heaven’s wrath
Cleanse!

Tires  stuck  in the mud
Life’s trouble
Sick!

Big roar of the lion
Patience wears
Thin!

Note: Writing to a new Poetic form of Kelvin SM called Tilus

For Chev's CARPE DIEM #11 - Little Ones

6 comments:

  1. I feel the build up here. A storm breaking is all that.

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  2. Wouldn't want to get in the way of that wrath or maybe if one needs a bath haha

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  3. i like the pairing of heavens wrath and cleansing hank...
    cool on your tilus as well...kelvin created a really cool form...

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  4. Even wrath can bring something new

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  5. Intense! You wrote these tilus with such energy building up & up. I enjoyed it! Smiles.

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  6. Hi Hank,

    I see you are using Kelvin's new form and you did a wonderful job. I enjoyed reading these.

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