Saga of the Master Sculptor -------------------------------------------
Sculptured by a master of the finest art
Fashioned with a loving gentle heart
Her hair was spun from the softest star light
And a kiss of sun to make it just right
A silver velvet moon beam was the color of her eyes
And in the daylight hours,you'd see a touch of blue skies
Her lips were made from the most perfect red rose
Then she was given a small delicate nose
Her face was shaped into a tiny heart
A signature of the great masters art
He placed into this treasure a warm soul
Filled with colors of a rainbow
Then the master sculptor looked as far as he could see
Said without doubt I'll call her Destiny
Legend has it that's how she came to be
This sister to Hope, Faith and Charity
Another brilliant one Linda, I really like this. As usual your use of rhyme, rhythm and flow were very good. And your use of imagery was also very good.On the whole this was a very good write. These were my favourite lines
Her hair was spun from the softest star light And a kiss of sun to make it just right
Keep up the great work Linda and have a blessed and most wonderful day. Your friend Jason.
But I must inquire who is Destiny and her three sisters?
How quaint. I enjoyed your description of Destiny's features and character. I can just see her heart-shaped face, silver hair with just a touch of gold, and her silvery eyes that shown a touch of blue in the daylight.. etc.
Might need a touch up here there, for poetic form's sake.. but this was quite enjoyable.
I hope (no pun intended) to see a poem on the other "sisters" soon.
Absolutely beautiful I really like this one This write speaks of all the beauty created by a loving and peace Loving God I really enjoyed this I really liked how you referred to Heart twice To me the Heart is not just an instrument It is the center of our own personal relationship with God Absolutely Beautiful God Bless Ron
I would change nothing about it. This was a fine art in itself. I loved the details you gave the reader and the way you brought her to life. Just wonderful! I was beyond entranced by this. This had a sweet flow and the rhyme was very good. A masterpiece I would say. Brilliant job Linda!