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How wondrous are the works that thine hand has made.
How beautiful are the plans that you have laid.
The sounds, and scents and colors
are so masterfully displayed.
Flowers, rocks and trees
so magnificent to see,
what manner of hand
could have brought this all to be?
An artisan both deft and wise
seeking itself in disguise.
a mystery for all the ages
confounding fools and mystifying sages.
Spinning worlds of wonder
splitting dimensions asunder.
Our lives of fodder and fun
for the many that are one.


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The following comments are for "E Pluribus Unum"
by MuddyBraun

A Sucker for Loblolly
When fodder becomes's folly

( Posted by: awhippingflame [Member] On: June 30, 2011 )

Indeed. But flesh and blood did not reveal that to you.
Thank you for reading my work, and caring enough to comment


( Posted by: MuddyBraun [Member] On: July 7, 2011 )

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