The Vision


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    The Vision

    Looking out at creation
    all I can do is sigh
    I am humbled, in awe
    mesmerized by the vision
    gifted to these eyes

    Engulfed by the serenity
    small waves against the shore
    shimmering elegance of dancing light
    leaving me completely a peace
    fueling my desire for more

    In the theater of the cosmos
    the star takes the stage
    performing for the crowd
    a magical moment
    as the artist creates

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    Buffybytes commented on The Vision


    A beautifully lighthanded and reverant approach in this stellar piece! (sorry, couldn't resist... lol)

    danmartyjake1 commented on The Vision


    Love the pic... it fits and the words are simple, timeless and eternal ones.

    cousinsoren commented on The Vision


    This is an exquisitely comp[posed piece, Pleasant bit of experiential verses. It induces me to feel the impact of that celebrated and popularly sung hymn, "How Great Thou Art," composed by Stuart K. Hine,' I suggest that RPT 40, study the value of punctuation and practise the art of using it. I need not dwell here on its importance. There are books available on the subject , as well as assistance from the School of Poetry. My rating for all-round excellent poetic features is 10. I would have rated a 10+, if this poem was properly punctuated............LOL.



    Lol - I guess in the future it wouldn't hurt to use some punctuation for you lol - Thank you for your time, and your valued input.

    Marsink commented on The Vision


    Its a fine and complete inventory in the survey of your vision! Majestic and celebrated: well stated in artistic strokes of praise. Applause!!

    jamie7121f commented on The Vision


    I really enjoyed the visions and the word play. Great job :)

    The true philosopher and the true poet are one, and a beauty, which is truth, and a truth, which is beauty, is the aim of both.

    Ralph Waldo Emerson, American Poet (1803-1882)

    RPT40’s Poems (10)

    Title Comments
    Title Comments
    Dive 22
    The Line 10
    The Remnants Of Today 19
    Eternal Embrace 22
    The Vision 20
    The Ride Of Your Life 25
    The Eyes Of Madness 18
    Tomorrow 15
    Clearly Thinking About Confusion 14
    The Current 14