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The Master's Touch
by Bonita M Quesinberry

Saturday, January 24, 2004

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Color man cannot blend nor sculptors carve: photo of Washington's Mt. Rainier peak



 

THE MASTERíS TOUCH


 copyright 1987 Bonita M Quesinberry, R.C.


 

I look out into the early morning light
at frost artfully etched upon glass
and beyond to smooth green lawns
shrouded in emerald fir and madroŮa.



 


Ah, but then mine eye is captured
by pink rimmed shores
and glistening fuchsia tipped mountain peaks
regally looked upon by
snowcapped majesty of Mount Rainier
as it rises gloriously to greet
a pale morning sky
powdered blue, pink fingers
caressing puffy clouds.


 

Indeed, this is Godís country,
for I see touches
of the Masterís brush all about me,
color man cannot blend
nor sculptors carve.
The scent of spring in crisp salt air
and at once my senses are alive,
sensitive to this awesome beauty.


 


 

FORGED BY FIRE, TEMPERED IN THE WORD
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Reviewed by Zenith Elliott 1/31/2004
Mt. Rainier is a stunning masterpiece from God, I have always been in awe of it's beauty. Glorious picture and poem...~Z~
Reviewed by jan nunn (Reader) 1/25/2004
baeutiful.
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 1/25/2004
No artist can immitate nature and God's work. Enjoyed reading this. I too love to look out on the beauty of nature. I love the outdoors. loves light. G
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 1/24/2004
Awesome package Bonita!!

Warm love Tinka
Reviewed by Marie Wadsworth 1/24/2004
Beautiful. The Creator's hand has guided you on this for sure. Inspired piece.
Reviewed by P. Michaels 1/24/2004
Bonita, I love the picture and the write. Thank you for sharing it.

Love, Patty
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 1/24/2004
Absolutely beautiful write! Thanks for the sharing.
Reviewed by Jeff Mason 1/24/2004
I can see so much beauty in what you've written. When in Berkely Springs West Virginia, I was awe-inspired by the mountainous beauty and the valleys that sang songs of nature to me. -- Jeff
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