Below is the poem entitled Tiddliwink which was written by poet
Faulkner. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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Tiddliwink does step the grass,
Bats a wink at curls that pass.
Tiddliwink then twirls around,
Happy in the world he's found.
Tiddliwink then dances light,
Twinkledee him sees---a sight!
Tiddliwink and Twinkledee,
Twirling, swirling, oh so free!
Blue to black eyes, black to blue,
Pass their dreamings, catch them, too!
Far from sadness, lost from pain,
Tiddli-Twinkle break the chain!
Tin cans kick they, stones let fly,
Whisk on waters, skip so high!
Trees they climb a-top the ridge,
Awed with trucks that leap the bridge!
Tiddli now forgets his Twink,
In his future he does drink;
Cares not Twinkle, she thinks, too;
Years of sunsprays splash on through.
Tiddliwink now swings to earth;
Twink fall-follows, but not hurt.
Twinkle, lying out so, fair,
Tiddli grows up man right there.
Birds 'gin sing, sing winds at ease;
Sings the earth for loves like these!
Tiddli-Twinkle, matched with sun,
Catch the meaning: light has won!