Antelope Canyon

Posted on November 27, 2015. Filed under: American Southwest, Poetry | Tags: , , , , , |

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Swift as an antelope
I’d want to be
When the mighty waters
Rush these walls.

How can such utter
Force
Leave breath-catching
Beauty?

Lines of light
Reflect the sun
In surprising ways;
Colors the eyes can’t even see.

Quiet canyon now;
Stop and listen
As the mind searches for sound.
Still silence, moving walls.

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Beautiful. Where is this?

Northern Arizona, not far from the Grand Canyon – near Page, Arizona.

Is this your poem? I will have an Antelope Canyon photo displayed in an art show and would like to use the poem, with your permission and proper credit. I will include any author info and reference to your blog, as you prefer.

Thank you for your kind comments. It is my poem and I would be honored to have you use it in your art show with credit as you say. If there would be any way you could take a picture of your display I would really enjoy seeing that. Thank you so much.


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