The sea drew me in and out. With each breath, the more i relax
The sand shifting through my toes.
The breeze sent my hair into a frenzy
Let my words surround you
See them ebb and flow.
The leaves of the trees know
Of the meaning i am sure
The birds fly above our heads
Singing songs and being close
Our legs feel like lead
From every shore our hearts connect
Those who watch the sun set
A day goes by without love
Watch for the sign of the dove
“Should we name our first child Avocado?” Helena
“No you cannot.” Charles
“Maybe carrot?” Helena
“Please don’t.” Charles
“How about lettuce?” Helena
“You must be hungry…” Charles
“I guess I am.” Helena
“Devon… Fred… Jerry or Henry?” Helena
“Great. Now im going to find some dinner.” Helena
He was scared.
How was he going to get out of this situation?
Samantha was walking by when she heard a cry for help.
She saw Clive precariously holding on to the rock. She went to help him.
“Give me one of your hands!” She asked Clive.
Samantha pulled Clive up. He looks down and realizes he was only 2m from a viewing platform.
“My name is Clive.”
“Nice to meet you. My name is Samantha.”
She was quite pretty. It made Clive nervous.
Would you like to have lunch?”
“Sure. Would love to have lunch.”
“Great. We can go to the restaurant.”
Samantha ordered sweet potato fries and a hamburger. Clive ordered fish and chips
“So what brings you to the Grand Canyon?”
“I wanted a break from a dead end job.”
“So did I. How strange. I want to be a singer.”
“I want to be involved in backstage theatre.” Clive
“We are quite similar.” Samantha
“Yeah I guess so.” Clive
“So why are you here? Samantha
“I’ve been dreaming of traveling the USA.” Clive
“Like road tripping?” Samantha
“And you decided to start with the Grand Canyon?” Samantha
“Well I’ve always wanted to go here.” Clive
“It was nice to meet you.” Samantha
“Are you leaving? Arent you going to pay for your lunch?”
To be continued
Desmond Travellers Part 1
He was tired.
Tired of working in the same dead end job.
The paperwork and the annoying colleagues.
The monotonous routine.
He just wanted a vacation!
Where could he go?
How soon could he escape?
He decided he would visit the USA.
Arizona to be specific.
Maybe he could go to the Grand Canyon.
He booked the tickets that evening.
He printed his itinerary.
He would leave in three days.
There was a lot to do before he left.
He packed and cleaned his house.
He found someone to look after his dog Adam.
He rang his parents.
Soon he was at the airport.
He went down the escalator and went to a counter to get his tickets.
Then he navigated his way through customs and made his way to the departure lounge.
He waited about an hour.
He then boarded the airplane.
The flight attendants danced during the safety video for a change.
It made him laugh!
He watched a movie.
Then it was time for dinner.
He had ravioli and salad. It was delicious.
He watched another movie.
He blacked out.
When he woke up the plane was landing.
It was very bumpy.
He got off the plane and collected his baggage. Then he hired a taxi to take him to the closest hotel. It was very cheap. Only $80 a night.
He booked into the hotel for three days.
The next day he drove to the Grand Canyon. It took him about three hours to get there.
He began to take photos. The Grand Canyon was breathtaking. The soil was a copper red and the air was dry. An eagle circled above. In the distance he could hear cars.
It was a very silent place yet also busy.
He was walking towards the information center when he slipped.
He hanged onto the rock. Trying not to look down…