Paul Hartal


Art Portals


Great works of art
can lead us to the gates
of majestic secrets
locked in the deep heart
of the unknown.

Through them
mysteries sparkle,
uncharted realms open
enigmas twinkle,
enveloped
in the ineffable.

Through
great works of art
we can touch bits
of the fragmented part
of the untouchable,
conceive chips
of the inconceivable,

the sublime,
the ethereal,
a sense of the eternal;
an experience
of the timeless time
dissolving in the infinite.

Submitted: Thursday, March 07, 2013
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