Earth Day

Leon A.  Walker

Santa Clarita, United States

Artist's Description

Journey

Where shall we walk, what steps to take
This hallowed place from heaven’s wake

Its breath surrounds perhaps the plea
A shard of reverence to rescue me

Scoured and burned, the poison flows
We children blind and yet we know

To look beyond with caring eyes
For all life doomed to painful cries

Drink full the waters of pure distain
Returning still in angry rains

The moon and sun so long unseen
Our earthbound eyes remain unclean

Within our midst the caring few
Resounding words of life anew

Our sons and daughters must set her free
Walk you few to the sun and the sea

Brave few shall call many in sacrifice
To rescue this place our sphere of life

Where shall we walk, what steps to take
This hallowed place from heaven’s wake

“Earth Day” – An International Collaboration
Image and Layout by: Peco Grozdanovski – Macedonia
Poem by: Leon A Walker – United States

Posters are great for school, home or office to encourage awareness or to acknowledge “Earth Day”.

Thank you Peco for your cooperation on this project
Peco Grozdanovski

“Journey” is a selection from my book Work Wonders

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