How can we behold the beauty of this world
And not see God’s work in every blade and branch?

Even every drop of water where it lie
Bears the flickers of movement on it’s surface,
Disturbed by the whispers and rakes of His breath
Reminding us of His presence and omnipotence

Foremost are those liquid visions found in gracefully
Mirrored repetitions of creations’s abundance
Each one striving to mimic the more perfect parent

The season-born greens, golds, and luscious yellows
Speak of His limitless palette, enhanced by perfect light
All leave us to die of our own frail, self-born imitations

Oh, to bathe ourselves in this relentless creativity!
To take in all beauty within these streamings of grace;
Then to mirror them as we must,
In recognition, reverence, and praise for His
Power, Excellence, and loving Fatherhood

Milt Wear

About 4hispraise

I am quite simply a child of our Lord God. What good that I have done or may do, I pray will reflect solely on the presence of The Holy Spirit who speaks for me in all things.
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3 Responses to REFLECTIONS

  1. rickroehm says:

    My Brother Milt…appreciate your art…not just pastels and oils…but words of eloquence. Thank you for sharing.

  2. April says:

    Beautiful. Sharing this on my Facebook page Thoughts From The Porch….cruise on over and check it out as well as my website.

    Thoughts From The Porch Page on Facebook is designed with the porch concept of people coming up to share a story, poem, quote, picture, testimony or any words of encouragement, hope and faith. Feel free to leave a story or two when you visit.

    Have a blessed day!

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