Masterpiece for God

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The Cologne Cathedral is a majestic structure. We visited Cologne this past summer and were in awe of the fine detail in every aspect of its architecture. Looking up, it appears to stretch upward like a giant skyscraper. The most amazing thing is the cathedral was built without the help of modern technology or tools. Skilled craftsman sculpted every stone by hand. Many who visit find this magnificent cathedral to be a very spiritual experience which brings them closer to God. Others simply enjoy the history and appreciate the wonderful architecture.

Craftsman carved

their faith into every stone

Masterpiece for God

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Photos: Dwight L. Roth

Amaya at d’Verse asked us to use the word Majestic in a poem of our choice.

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40 thoughts on “Masterpiece for God

  1. I know you understand Haiku form, and the interpretation of the “s” as its own syllable is intriguing. “Carved” as two syllables I’ve done before. But I’d never have thought to use an “s”. That’s a genuine Haiku. Consonant syllables are interesting, especially in the Older English variants of our language.

    Your photography! Fantastic. Great blog. 🙂

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