Author and Designer

Oh the beauty of the valley,
Swept with the new day’s mist—
Timeless splendour through rolling hills
Capture the essence of creation.

Mountains rise above the plains,
Casting shadows like a caressing hug—
Calmness enfolds the perilous terrains
Mirror the heart of their designer.

Distant thunder announces the rain,
Freshness rises to the clouds—
Soundless rhythm of the breeze
Captivate the plan of each formation.

I can almost hear the angels sing,
Hundreds praise the name of the Lord—
An endless chorus fills the air
Praise to God, the founding author.

© Chrissy Siggee

 

From my book – Glimpses of His Glory

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From my book Glimpses of His Glory

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16 thoughts on “Author and Designer

  1. Sorry, I’m just a bit “old Hat”. Capitalising is one thing I was taught to do from a very young age but I also drop the capitals depending on the poem. I’ve never been good at placing commas in the right places. I often remove commas at a readers suggestion only to be told by another that I needed a comma. I don’t think I do to badly for someone who only got as far as the first year of high school. It doesn’t bother me anymore and I’m not offended by comments and never by ones that are nicely said. Thank you. 🙂

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  2. I have moved from Capitalising the first word of every line to a less formal approach – it was suggested that my Capitalising was ‘old hat’ – I am usually reluctant to change my style, buttons having done so I just use it as a means to make more prose-like poetry.

    ‘It matters not what others think,
    I write the words, and they shall blink.’

    Lovely imagery, there is possibly a place where I would put a comma in to clarify, but ignore my pedantic ways. Lovely words that carry the scene and thought well. G:)

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    • Sorry, I’m just a bit “old Hat”. Capitalising is one thing I was taught to do from a very young age but I also drop the capitals depending on the poem. I’ve never been good at placing commas in the right places. I often remove commas at a readers suggestion only to be told by another that I needed a comma. I don’t think I do to badly for someone who only got as far as the first year of high school. It doesn’t bother me anymore and I’m not offended by comments and never by ones that are nicely said. Thank you. 🙂

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