A short, sweet form, rather like a haiku, the tilus is suited to the description of a single image. Some of you have found that it can also be used to tell a story in a string of images. The overwhelming impression I have from these poems is one of exhilaration and peace. It was a real tonic reading them.
Carol was in first and set the tone.
Louise. There’s always one who swims against the tide, isn’t there?
Ken, another poem that runs free.
Sarah with a trilune (more about that tomorrow)
Janice paints a vivid picture of the herd at sunset.
Merril manages to get peaceful horses and Star Trek in the same poem 🙂
Kat fleshes out her horses in the space of a handful of words.
Sri also sees the horses as clouds. A powerful image.
Thanks for the restful poems this week (well, except Louise’s). It’s good to turn off the world for a while. New challenge tomorrow with a brand new 100% original form. You can totally ignore it if you like though.