BALANCE OF POWER by Dieter Carlton
They ruled the virgin plains so vast
These mighty creatures, ages past.
Their numbers once as grains of sand.
In friendly herds they grazed the land.
Then like a raging storm man came,
With hostile guns to kill and maim
But not for food, their hides instead
Without a care, so many dead
And soon their numbers dwindled small
No match against the greedy squall
But nature can't be taunted long
For she will surely right the wrong
From her wake there comes a flower
And soon, the BALANCE OF POWER.
Dieter Carlton is a well-known American artist whose works have won numerous top awards in top-rated art shows and venues throughout the U.S., as well as world-wide web art contests. He is also an award-winning cartoonist and has appeared in many popular artist publications. Carlton is particularly recognized for his detailed knowledge of structural elements and the many scientific aspects of art and is called upon to perform lecture tours on this highly esoteric subject. He has judged and has served as juror for many top shows throughout the U.S. and writes critical reviews for the arts section of various newspapers and magazines. Carlton works in oils, pastels, acrylics, water color, color pencil and computer digital media. Carlton is...
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