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A Masters Canvas
by E T Waldron
Friday, January 06, 2006
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I sat on my deck watching
the heavens burst into flame,
while I marvelled at the array
of vibrant hues boldly splashed
on the Masters canvas we call sky
thinking how blessed am I  that
each evening I could  watch another
live panting unfold before my eyes
without a hint of disguise


Each one with its own unique design
making this heart of mine swell with
admiration for the artist who makes
me awestruck the wonders He performs
each day as we go on our merry way with rarely a word of praise to say


As sunset fades into twilight,and twilight into indigo I get lost in the splendour of the stars and moonglow, my poetic imagination begins to flow with the magic of  Creastor's nightly show, my passions stirred by such beauty intoxicated and  enchanted by the pageantry, I take up pen and pad to record the mystery


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Reviewed by Daring Sunshine 10/26/2006
God makes such beautiful pictures/your depiction in verse truly shines forth His glory!!!!!!!
Peace&Grace,
Sharon
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 1/20/2006
Wonderful imagery Eileen!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 1/7/2006
You paint such vivid pictures with your wonderful words Eileen, a beautiful write and photo...love and peace

Carole
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight* 1/7/2006
So many glorious moments do pass by with so few noticing. I'm glad you're here to record some of them, Eileen.

Love & Light,
Joseph
Reviewed by Janet Parker 1/7/2006
This is beautifully descriptive of a sunset and the emotions it evokes in those who appreciate God's art. The picture is magnificant. This is why I don't paint sunsets. What's the point?
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 1/7/2006
A stunner, Eileen, a stunner! BRAVA!!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :)
Reviewed by Only A Poet 1/7/2006
very beautiful images and mood portrayed in your words.
Reviewed by J M 1/7/2006
AA beautiful; and very reflective poem you observed recorded for us beautiful. Ty for this one!

Joselyn

has a calming effect.
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 1/7/2006
You recorded it well.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 1/7/2006
Wonderful sentiments about part of what is around we humans. If one stops long enough to think about it, "really" think about it, it just boggles the mind. The sky, so serene and pecaceful can give us unheard of misery within hours of that peaceful serene scene. The ocean, another favorite Muse-influenced phenomenon, can also wreck havoc. Even the earth we walk and play upon can be our worst nightmare. Still, when taken into context, the elements are only acting as we humans tend to do, putting on a smiling face before stabbing you in the back. Whoa!!! Where did all THIS come from. I'm almost sorry to post this because your poem was so beautiful, but . . .
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 1/7/2006
Wanna swap your sunsets for my clouds...
I guess we have them, but they're above the clouds..
Praise him for the clouds, fog and drizzle too..
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 1/7/2006
Eileen,
There will never be another artist as talented as He. If there were sunsets in Tx to match this one, my whole life would be surrounded by them.
Your words helped make this one even more special. Thank you for sharing such a flawless piece of art. From both you and He.

Lisa
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 1/7/2006
Seeing this with 20/20 mind is equally as important as seeing this heavenly sunset with 20/20 vision. We've got to be able to hold it all together in our minds. And have appreciation for the Higher Power's Canvas. Eileen, I recognize the last stanza to be the text you use with your bio pic. Now it makes perfect sense to me why you chose this description. Thanks for sharing!

Sage
Reviewed by Cynth'ya cynthyaspeaks@gmail.com 1/6/2006
hey there Sis Eileen:
Our lives can be masterpieces if we only let the Master work his wonder in all of us. Blessin's on this beautiful piece and photo!
cynth'ya
Reviewed by Carmen Ruggero 1/6/2006
I remember those California sunsets and yes, they do make you reflect on the Artist -- nothing else can be so perfect. Thank you for your reflective and inspiring words. :-)

Carmen
Reviewed by Tami Ryan 1/6/2006
Wonderful imagery, Eileen. I was there. As I read, I could remember many evenings when I felt this very same way. Good work.

Good to read you again.

Hugs,
Tami
Reviewed by Regina Pounds 1/6/2006
grandiose, Eileen! truly splendid...just sad to think that our pollution tinted the colors. We need to do better.

thanks
Gina
Reviewed by Kay P Devenish 1/6/2006
He is the greatest artist indeed.We share a common love of his art.
Thank you for recording 'the mystery' Eileen...for it is a beautiful picture too.
Love always to you and yours
from
kay.
Reviewed by Peter Paton 1/6/2006
You paint a wondrous picture of awe and reverence for our Maker Eileen in this striking and spiritual poem.
It is true, there is magic and miracles all around us on a daily basis,and we have become immune to these majestic shows in nature and the dazzling Universe !
TY for sharing this spiritual re-awakening with us, and reminding us to be grateful for these natural and spontaneous blessings !
That is also a truly eye catching and awesome sunset picture, which sets the scene for your beautiful composition.
Love
Peter
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