Sunday, July 20, 2014

As in the Beginning--By Pamela A. MacBean--United States

As in the Beginning

artist
craftsman divine
paints damask rose sunsets
picturesque pleasures delight eyes
master

Pam is currently battling metastatic breast cancer and is doing remarkably well. Some of her poetry is on Poetry For Thought and AllPoetry.com. She has been published in many online and print journals, and has had two chapbooks published, Postscripts in Time and A Dalton View. In the Great Northwoods, a collection of poetry was published by Publish America.  She lives in New Hampshire.

11 comments:

  1. Pamela, this is very artistically written and creatively juxta-placed to paint a great image, to build a certain gratefulness to the Great Master and to feel and know a fine humility that serves our Master well........... thanks for sharing such great creativity in this wonderful online journal called Whispers ! Sheri / www.poetryandbeyond.net

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    1. Thanks so much for your beautiful comment!

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  2. Nice. Elegant and artistic. Thank you for sharing, Pamela, and continued blessings!

    -MJ (www.tgbtgpublictions.com)

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    1. Thank you, Maurice! I appreciate your reading my poem and your nice comments.

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  3. Artist, craftsman and master....He who holds the whole world in His hands. Lovely poem radiating colour and meaning. Much enjoyed, Pamela and God bless. // paul

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    1. Thanks Paul for your nice words. It is such an encouragement.

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  4. Dear Pam,

    Where I live, we see many of the "rose" sunsets you describe. They are always like a gift from heaven. What a beautiful poem!

    Sending prayers and hopes for good health to you.

    Love and blessings,
    Carolyn

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    1. How nice of you to send up prayers. Thank you Carolyn! Yes, they are a gift, aren't they. Thank you so much for commenting!

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  5. Dear Pam:
    So good to see your words here on Whispers. That is the delight of sunsets...no two will ever be the same.
    God Bless and keep you.
    Hugs,
    SuZ (from PFT)

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    1. Aw, thanks Pixordia! Thank you for reading my poem!

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  6. Thank you, Eleanor Michael, for the following--

    "Let there be light."

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