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Maker of Heaven and Earth


Tanzanian Landscape

Peebles, Scotland. Cuddy River


Maker of Heaven and Earth


Who can deny God

When the beauty of the earth

And the wonder of life

Give us proof


From the harshness of Africa

To the gentleness of Britain

And the starkness of the poles

His existence is written


Images from the top downwards:

©DGA 31 October 2011 04:35

Author: adeeyoyo

I am a middle-aged South African woman, living in Johannesburg. I began writing poetry towards the end of May 2010. I love animals – sometimes more than people! I am back after a break. Thanks for still being here, if you are! Missed you! xxx

30 thoughts on “Maker of Heaven and Earth

  1. Amen. Have a good week, adee 🙂


  2. Thanks, Cin, and you too. Take care…


  3. well done Denise, and using those pics was a great idea.

    your man in Africa Manuka , I think absolutely wonderful wildlife pictures..thanking you for pointing him out…..


  4. Lovely, Denise.
    Such a lot in a few words. Very impressive.
    (I knew that iceberg would find its way back somewhere – such a dramatic picture.
    Thank you


    • Thanks, John. Sometimes a few words make a bigger impact – I hope!
      I loved that iceberg picture – enormous amount hidden under the surface. I would have liked to see it alongside an oil rig to judge the size better. And I think I would like to use it again.


  5. Brilliant – and He made them all!


    • Remember that hymn ‘All things bright and beautiful, all creatures great and small, alll things wise and wonderful, the Lord God made them all…’.


  6. Nature nurtures! Thanks, Denise.


  7. Holy Mac’n’Cheese Denise, BEAUTIFUL, Words and pictures. The iceberg one blew me away…Just wondering how and by whom it was taken,,


  8. Amen indeed. When I see nature like that, I always think of the hand who created it. 🙂


  9. His proof is in everything that lives, from the tree to the bird, to the river that flows…


  10. Maxi is right. So many people demand a sign. Like they are so unique and important God is supposed to send them their own special rainbow or something.
    The signs are all around. And Jesus said his kingdom was not of this
    world in the first place.


  11. I certainly do remember it – it was one of my favourites! Shame it’s not taught in schools anymore Denise.


  12. Awe-inspiring, Denise 🙂


  13. Looking God through Nature is a post-Romatic idea. Almost till then, except few pholosophical circles, it was believed God has created the World for the benefit of man.
    But then, this helps to view nature with a little more respect and care.
    I agree with you Denise, when you said, “Who can deny?”


    • I agree that we should live in harmony with nature, caring for our planet and respecting all other life forms. I also feel that our beautiful world is a reflection of the beauty and nature of God. If we disrespect it, we disrespect God.


  14. who can deny…some nice worship here…the creator is all around us…waiting to be noticed


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