God’s divine creation is a joy and a wonder to behold.

Open up your eyes;

behold the beauty

all around you -

mountains standing grand,

hills rolling gently,

valleys spreading in splendor -

designed by God’s mighty hands.

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Look up to the sky;

see how the silver moon

and the twinkling stars

adorn the endless carpet

with their glowing beauty

and wondrous serenity -

God’s very own canvas.

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Consider the ocean and the sea;

how richly they are blessed

to sustain life and provide joy.

Delight in the beauty of a waterfall;

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see how the river flows

and take in the quietude of a lake -

all reflecting God’s awesome radiance.

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Watch life move all around you;

Behold the lush greenery

dotting your little niche

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see how birds and butterflies

find pleasure in fruits and flowers.

Look at the faces all around you -

Mirror images of God who created them.

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  • drelayaraja on Dec 4, 2009

    Good article..

  • Unofre Pili on Dec 4, 2009

    This is a masterpiece, kabs. Beautiful lines and a masterful use of the free verse.

  • CHAN LEE PENG on Dec 4, 2009

    The creation of GOD is GREAT and is beyond the word. Thanks.

  • Poetic Enigma on Dec 4, 2009

    Beautiful and inspiring piece, very well written!

  • Christine Ramsay on Dec 4, 2009

    A stunning piece which make me feel so humble amid all that beauty.Lovely work.


  • cutedrishti8 on Dec 4, 2009

    Very well presented…

  • kate smedley on Dec 4, 2009

    Beautiful and moving piece of work.

  • Jenny Heart on Dec 4, 2009

    Inspiring indeed!

  • Judy Sheldon on Dec 4, 2009

    Every day I am in awe of God’s wonderful works. Thanks so much for sharing.

  • Parish Loveless on Dec 4, 2009

    One of my favorites on Triond to date, Melody!!!


    I must stare at the stars & moon in the sky everynight and wonder the same. I concur w/your every word and can visualize as I read your interpetation. Magnificent and very important topic these days.


    Eternity. It is the sea mingled with the sun. – Arthur Rimbaud

  • chitragopi on Dec 4, 2009

    God\’s creations are great. Beautiful poem.

  • Darla Beck on Dec 4, 2009

    Beautiful poem and lovely pics!

  • Lady Sunshine on Dec 4, 2009

    Lovely, Melody!

  • BC Doan on Dec 4, 2009

    Beautiful poem, MMV..The world is a beautiful if you really take time to appreciate it..

  • cardy on Dec 4, 2009

    What a lovely poem, it’s just beautiful loved it.

  • Joe Dorish on Dec 4, 2009

    Great poem, God’s awesome work is all around us!

  • MJ Taylor on Dec 4, 2009

    Whoa! Those are some nice pictures. It just goes to show, if you can see the world from a distance you’ll appreciate the finer detail close up. God, how great thou art! Well done, Melody.

  • Faith Hodge on Dec 4, 2009

    A priceless piece. I enjoyed it so very much. The photos are expressive, but not as expressive as your lovely, inspiring words. Simply beautiful!

  • Eunice Tan on Dec 5, 2009

    Great poem & picture. Two thumbs up!

  • Mr Ghaz on Dec 5, 2009

    I loved this poem..very well presented as always..really enjoyed it..especially the pictures..stunning!..Well done my friend..cheers 8) 8)

  • giftarist on Dec 5, 2009

    Beautiful and moving..That was great, great pics and well written!

  • papaleng on Dec 5, 2009

    Excellent.. good choice of words, great topic and outstanding photos.

  • xoxo on Dec 6, 2009

    Beautiful… Simply beautiful. Love images and the thought that these are all gifts from God.

  • mkd1788 on Dec 9, 2009

    wonderfully expressed…great pics

  • deep blue on Dec 20, 2009

    You captured the beauty of life as God had fashioned it with his hands.

  • CutestPrincess on Jan 13, 2010

    The perfect picture for a perfect poem…

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