The Blacksmith’s Art – A Poem

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Hammer, anvil, forge and steel

 Coercing metal into a new deal

Fire hot and coals alight

 Turning metal burning bright

Pounding, shaping, heat and repeat

 Until new form and strength come neat

Once the shape appears to view

 Working on preciseness and details due

Every piece a unique work of art

 Formed and forged from hand and heart

Written by Lorinda Peel-Wickstrom, my wife, who wrote it for my birthday.