God's, 'Awesome Sky.' #2 - Poem by Roxanne Dubarry
'What an awesome sky, '
I heard a young female
We watched the sunset.
First, I imagined God
as a photographer photo
graphing His own creation.
Then, I imagined God
as a scenic natural
painter using a gigantic
paint brush spreading
it across His cloudy sky.
Shades of amber, red, and
blue were some of the
hues He had chosen
Love in Christ Jesus!
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Lighthouse Park. Photographers frequently visit this park to take
pictures. They always seem to be warm and friendly people. The park is a tourist attraction. I can often hear people speaking in other
languages besides American English.
Poem number one was based mainly on conversations; whereas, poem number two was based more upon my vivid imagination.
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