A day in spring – Tilus for dVerse

‘Tilus’ in d’Verse …

Björn Rudbergs writings


I

spring’s giggling rivulets
are born in

ice

II

among all the tadpoles
one became

frog

III

hesitating breaking buds
leaves born in

pain

IV

skin-prison left behind
growing snake

hides

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Today in dVerse we are writing Tilus:

Tilus [tee-loo-hz] is a form created by Kelvin S.M. and falls under the category of micro poetry. The form is divided into two parts: the first part is composed of two lines following a 6-3 syllable count; the second part, a one-syllable word to close and/or complete the subject layered in the first part. The whole piece must, only, contain 10 in overall syllable count. The main focus of Tilus is on the world of Nature, and how it can open a new door to a wider understanding of life and beyond. The form aims to be epic in emotions expressed, more importantly, than to be epic in words.

May 15…

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9 thoughts on “A day in spring – Tilus for dVerse

  1. This is a lovely form, I also discovered it, like Bjorne from dVerse…I’ve added it to my shadorma prompt this weekend as a separator or ending for the londer shadorma. I love these examples they are very good! Do you intend on adding them to the little ones?

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