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Our clandestine candle or colurs

Our clandestine candle or colurs

As the ebb & flow of our seven seas shall be an never-ending motion thus Mother nature’s fall of the sun casts her shadow over the ocean

On the first blush at the break of day the early morning sunrises in the sky, golden, cerise, pink such a splendid show one will espy

At the twilight on the close of day the horizon shines so bright
A clandestine candle of colours is God’s beautiful crepsular light 

No two sunsets or sunrises are ever the same, our evanescent supreme sunlights inferno burning flame

There’s none so magically mystique as these arrays of fantastic, flourescent hues 
An unobscured, blaze of burnished brilliant, resplendent views

 

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Richard Waters

WHATEVER, TAKES YOUR FANCY. Rainbows, I imagine, would...every time.
It is in focusing on colour that we decide vibrancy. But, it is in TONES of black and white that we decipher where the grey lays. You, see the point ? Never, shirk away from matters that determine lessons of real worth...." painted, in oil or water base acrylic formats !!! :) :) 
You, leave nothing " OPEN TO INTERPRETATION. " But, should there be. You MUST decide for yourself, considering what all senses say, to you, alone. Give, it all, foe the sake of the " artistic fantastic ".....and you will appreciate where I am coming from. Always, I should not hesitate to consider, if I may be so bold, to suggest.  :)
YOU DO IT. YOU GIVE IT. YOU, LIVE IT. Poetry in motion and emotion rams it home, does it not ? Where would you travel without it ?
I have said my piece. That is that. Hoping you continue to find the glory, wherever you are !!! :) :)
x 

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Richard Waters

" painted, in oil or water base acrylic formats !!! " is a metaphor, do you not know ? Sorry, for any confusion, due to poor usage of grammar or punctuation. I am sure, you will understand. Thanks, for being sympathetic ! It would help, would it not ? !!!! :) :) :) Take care. xx

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Jill Tait

Yes poetry in all it’s sheer fascination !!
thank you Richard once again for taking time to send me brilliant, thoughtfulness xx

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