Art, the Divine Creativity…a connection to infinity

Divine, that connection…

Art, the Divine Creativity...that connection to infinity
Art, the Divine Creativity…that connection to infinity

Divine Creativity Manifest…

Colors infuse as hues rise to greet the eye,
assimilation like an effortless caress,
embraced by a spectrum so vast,
sight becomes a plethora of sighs,
transcending the expected
and opening a door to colours unknown,
sewn within another universe,
so harmonious a billions colors become just one,
and one is but a galaxy unexplored.

How I love art, emotive and burgeoning,
evolving within our minds,
as we delve into the master’s soul,
thoughts unleashed, intentions
a subtle turn of hand,
a brush stroke epiphany that tugs at our hearts,
speaks in whispers to open further what we see,
to hone what we will know,
and settle to silent ease in observation.

I feel that surge of blood,
that excitement of possibility,
when I stand before a soul offering,
knowing from where that communion has came,
that eternal flow of creativity,
such a divine gift in manifestation,
and thankful I am for this emotional connection,
art of any kind what stirs this soul
to know the glorious unlimited knowing in life.

Tony DeLorger © 2016

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Tony DeLorger

Full time author, freelance writer, poet and blogger since 1999. Twenty one published works, past winner of 'Poet of the Year' on HubPages, 'Poem of the Year' on The Creative Exiles, writer for, Google+, videos on YouTube and book sales on website, Amazon and

4 thoughts on “Art, the Divine Creativity…a connection to infinity

  • December 25, 2016 at 10:58 PM

    To see and know the deeper meaning of art is truly a gift. I saw through my son’s eyes and heart when he visited Italy and described art works of the masters. It truly is a divine manifestation of creativity. Wonderful verse, Tony, and very well penned.

  • December 25, 2016 at 11:11 PM

    Yes I agree, I went to the most famous of all the galleries and museums all over Europe and spent hours and hours admiring the mastery of human beings connected to divinity. I’ll never forget one moment of it. Thus these types of posts, giving credence to fine art from wonderful minds. Thanks Phyllis

  • December 26, 2016 at 9:36 AM

    Then you have seen the Mona Lisa. My son was surprised at the size of it. He thought it would be much bigger. Michelangelo sculptures left him speechless. I would love to visit the famous galleries – what a joy that would be. To feel that divine connection must be ecstatic.

  • December 26, 2016 at 4:16 PM

    Yes the Mona Lisa was a surprise, but its the expression that’s has made it so famous. The statue of ‘David’ was magnificent and of course the Sistine Chapel overwhelming. I love art so much and it was a once in a lifetime experience to see so many famous galleries in Paris, Florence, Venice and all of Europe. Even the marble sculptures in St Peters Basilica in Rome were unbelievable.


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