herbert guitang


The Masterpiece


How wonderful You have chosen me
To be drawn and be Depicted
Your Hand gently Sketch my Pictures
Shaded shadows in my Heart

In many curvatures of my life
You still have made a great Painting

Thank You God to be Your Masterpiece
How lovely laid Your Touch of Hands of me
How deepest love to Portray like Me
I bow to the Greatest Maker
No other than You

How marvelous You’ve created me
With many wonderful colors
To know the beautiful meanings of my Life
In a black and gray Sides of my Canvas
You have made it with Oil of my Protection

In many Curvatures of My Life
In many Grim Views of my Being
Unsymmetrical with You
Perspective is all Unguided
You still have Made a great Painting

Thank You Lord to be Your Masterpiece
How Grateful Your Remembrance on Me
How profound and Creative to Design on Me
We awe to the Greatest Maker

Even I am Weak figure
Even I am Imperfect Model
You never Scratch me
You never Erase me
And You never Disregarded Me

Submitted: Monday, April 14, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 14, 2014

Topic of this poem: spiritual


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