THE GRAND CANYON SPEAKS

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Man walks to my edge

And silently stares

Pauses a moment,

Then his voice fills the air…

Beautiful, glorious, grand and divine,

Then he humbly mutters

How insignificant his life is to mine.

Slowly he turns and walks away,

Not hearing my words as I say…

Man, you are the wonder of this land,

The greatest expression of the master’s hand…

Only wind, rain and time can change a canyon’s face

But man, with a thought, can change the human race…

By Donald Thomas Dailey

 

The Grand Canyon Speaks is a poem taken from the new book, LET’S GO FOR A SHORT WALK, by Eveline Horelle Dailey.  LET’S GO FOR A SHORT WALK will be available for purchase at $15.95 in September, 2017. 

 

A Review:

Let’s Go For A SHORT Walk is a book about so much more than love, letting

go and dying. It is a masterpiece that exposes us to living and dying with

such intimacy and reverence that we cannot escape its impact. This book

should become required reading for everyone claiming a human experience.

Rose Winters

 – Foundation for Living Medicine

 

To pre-order, contact the author:

evelinenow@gmail.com  

 

 

 

 

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  • commented 2017-06-20 21:08:49 -0700
    So beautiful❤️