Tilus series–dVerse meeting the bar

At dawn an unbroken


delicate, like this day,


About Susan L Daniels

I am a firm believer that politics are personal, that faith is expressed through action, and that life is something that must be loved and lived authentically--or why bother with any of it?
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36 Responses to Tilus series–dVerse meeting the bar

  1. This is stunning, Susan. I love to see those webs when they are full of dew and back-lit by the sun.

  2. claudia says:

    i found those dew-soaked webs so mesmerizingly beautiful… very cool image….i could see it sparkle..

  3. Susan says:

    I. Love. This. Trying not to snap creation(s)!

  4. brian miller says:

    nice…i like how you linked yours
    the spiderwebs first thing in the morning
    are cool…like a bit of spider art….

  5. Sumana Roy says:

    i love how you’ve strung beauty and vulnerability of Nature….

  6. Ray Sharp says:

    delicate, like this day… I like how you link nature to emotion

  7. The spider webs are beautiful but the different way to interpret the second one is stunning

  8. Starralee says:

    “Stunning”, I agree–and the ending resonates with me, as some days are so easily “snapped”.

  9. CC Champagne says:

    With so few words you make me think in images. Lovely!

  10. Spiders’ webs with those jewels of dew… fragile, delicate – some of my favourite things in nature. Lovely.

  11. Grace says:

    I love the use of spiders, then snapping at the end just pops ~ Short & powerful verses Susan ~

  12. Spiders are the most fragile creatures of our planet.

    I love your style here and the message. 🙂

  13. Alice Keys says:

    Great metaphor. I felt the “snap”.

  14. Truedessa says:

    witty..spiderwebs really are amazing unbroken

  15. kathy reed says:

    As all say, the first is amazing and the second is genius!

  16. Snakypoet (Rosemary Nissen-Wade) says:

    Very beautiful!

  17. hypercryptical says:

    Anna :o]

  18. kelvin s.m. says:

    ..that unbroken cobweb tilus is too special… thank you Susan… smiles…

  19. Yousei Hime says:

    I like how they work together and can stand alone.

  20. love how you spun these together – beautiful image! K

  21. arathi says:

    I loved the spider….. Susan….I missed the linky :(( I have published mine in my blog:))

  22. charlypriest says:

    That was great, another new type of style of poem I haven´t read yet, thanks for sharing.

  23. Jeremy Nathan Marks says:

    How true this is on so many levels. Nicely done, Susan. 🙂

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