Friday, July 27, 2012

Conquest

Conquest


Cerulean blue
Descends to teal
And lay low upon
Landscape layers
Where
Ultramarine hue
Clothe hazy hills.
Pink and lavender,
Untouchable
Water mist,
Drift slowly across
A scenery
Of county lines,
Highway,
And power grids.
Dauntless,
Oblivious
Of man's artificial
Boundaries;
Clouds are merely
Drifting translucence,
A Slow passing vapor,
Yet they conquer
The landscape
Of man's making.


Adron

A little commentary: The mightiest things we do cannot resist the simplest things God does. 

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