God's Masterpiece

Poem By James Royster

I tried to write about you, but the words
weren't special enough.

I tried to sing about you, but the notes
weren't lovely enough.

I tried to paint you, but the color
wasn't beautiful enough.

I tried everything, but nothing was good
enough.

I guess it's impossible to replicate a
Masterpiece from God.

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