Liilia Talts Morrison

Gold Star - 4,968 Points (August 20,1937 / Estonia)

Liilia Talts Morrison Poems

241. Addiction 8/20/2012
242. Painter's Block 8/20/2012
243. Health Food Freak 8/20/2012
244. Whirlpool 8/20/2012
245. Holidays Are Coming 8/21/2012
246. Elfin Woodland 8/26/2012
247. A Ship Is Meant For Sailing 8/26/2012
248. The Rock 8/26/2012
249. Topsy-Turvy 9/4/2012
250. Craggy Knolls 9/16/2012
251. Whirl 9/16/2012
252. Shattered 9/16/2012
253. Where Are The Guests? 9/16/2012
254. Oxford Bobby 8/29/2012
255. Purple Angel 9/16/2012
256. Waif 9/16/2012
257. Temps And Perms 9/16/2012
258. Lady Blue 9/16/2012
259. Thoughts On Everest 2/2/2013
260. The Old Place 4/18/2013
261. Bramble Days 4/18/2013
262. On Self-Improvement 4/18/2013
263. About Truffles 4/18/2013
264. Questions 4/18/2013
265. Unable To Attend 4/18/2013
266. A Blind Cat 4/18/2013
267. Highlands 4/18/2013
268. Home Again 4/18/2013
269. Fishing For Love 5/12/2013
270. Deer Meets Turtledove 5/13/2013
271. My Space 5/28/2013
272. Our God 8/10/2013
273. Unheard Melodies 8/10/2013
274. My Morning 8/16/2013
275. Pebbles 8/30/2013
276. Island Swing 9/3/2013
277. Tequesta 9/5/2013
278. Pines 9/8/2013
279. Just A Bird 9/12/2013
280. An Igot 9/27/2013
Best Poem of Liilia Talts Morrison

Bell Of Truth

The sound of truth rings like a bell
with perfect pitch and timeless knell

There are no jarring overtones
or clouded fuzzy undertones

No harshness and no grating sound
its waves pierce solid rocky ground

It pierces every earthly thing
delighting birds to soar and sing

The hills applaud and clap their hands
and angels fly by its commands

Seek it above all treasured things
health, fortune, rubies, gold of kings

Seek it while walking on this earth
and know that heaven gave it birth.

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Circlets And Ringlets

Circlets and ringlets surround me today
Feelings long shrouded are strewn on the way
Zephyrs and swallows entwine as they play.
Is it then spring or a Fools Gold reprieve,
Cold dusty winter just sifting its sieve?

It’s been quite a while since crocuses bloomed
Yesterday’s heartaches though faint now, yet wound
Tomes of my heart in hard leather are bound

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