Sunday, 8 June 2014

That Blue Log



When I set my eyes upon that blue log of wood that day,
I was so surprised that I had no clue or any words to say…

How did the Lord know exactly what was on my mind?
How did He always make sure that what I want I get to find?

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That log of wood was perfect for the statue of my dreams!
As I carried it, I thought, “It’s a Divine conspiracy it seems!” 

My workshop & tools welcomed that blue log with a smile,
I got carving & soon I had created the Lord’s statue in style! 


My 100-Words Poem for Write Tribe- 100 Words On Saturday 2014 #17

39 comments:

  1. Lovely Anita....very well written

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  2. Everything happens according to a Divine plan,it seems.Your wanting the blue log and finding it.Verily a conspiracy between your thought and God!!!

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    1. That's so true, Sir. God knows what we want and what is best for us.
      Here He wanted that I should create His statue! So He made me find what was on my mind! :)

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  3. Lovely one ! the dilemma well portrait :)

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    1. Thanks Ankur :) It was God's answer to a wish :)

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  4. Nicely expressed Anita!!! Loved it :)

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    1. Thank you so much :) Glad to hear from you :)

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  5. lovely lines Anita. We all have to carve out our own image of God! So true ,the meaning comes out well in your lines.

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    1. Nice interpretation!
      Thanks for the appreciation, Nima :)

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  6. A very cute poem. God listens to our prayer, if we pray from the heart.

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  7. Oh...it's beautiful :) Loved it totally .....

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    1. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Sushree! Delighted you loved it :)

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  8. Beautiful! Nice poem for he prompt...

    Absence...

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  9. God listened to your prayer and you in turn created Him in wood and poured your devotion to come out alive.

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    1. Yes Kalpanaji. It's His will :)
      Thanks for reading & commenting :)

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  10. This is fabulous! Only a true artist at heart can see the Lord's face in a log of wood. So beautifully done, Anita :)

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    1. Thanks a lot, Beloo for such appreciation :) An artist can recognize a fellow artist :)
      Seeing the Lord's face & then carving what we see, requires skill :)

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  11. What an upbeat interpretation of the prompt! Lovely, Anita. Especially the last two lines.

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    1. Thanks Shailaja :) Even I love those lines as they deal with the completed Lord's statue :)

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  12. what a lovely take on the prompt, Anita!

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    1. Thanks a lot, Uma :) Welcome to my Blog! Do keep visiting!

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  13. Ooh...so finally you got the blue log and sculpted Kanhaiyya ? :) Lovely imagery :) sweet poem, Anita :)

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    1. Bingo! You got it, Sreeja! I thought of writing Lord Krishna, but that would have made the poem 101 words :)
      Thanks for the appreciation!

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  14. Beautifully crafted just like lord's statue :-)

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    1. Thanks for such a divine compliment :)

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  15. A fine craft! So beautiful..:)

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    1. Welcome here, Payal :) Thanks for commenting :)
      Glad you liked it :)

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  16. Beautiful words carved to give shape to the wood in the most creative and aesthetic form, Anita:)

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    1. Thanks for your beautiful words :)

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  17. God Anita !! Perfect words for the perfect log ... It's seriously perfect to carve out The blue skinned Vishnu or Krishna from it !!! Beautiful imagination girl :) :)

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