What Are You Afraid Of?
But surely we will guide their steps,
and we will wish and hope,
until finally they have been persuaded
that there is no more danger
and all is peaceful and settled in the world.
Then, thrilling answers will be decided
so quietly, in such soft yet penetrating
tears of truth.
A world with nothing in it but peace, love, and freedom!
How marvelous it would be! How magnificent and glorious!
How great, how supreme!
Everyday, special moments wish to see you.
What are you afraid of?
Created by page 332 of Allen Drury’s The Hill of Summer
Now moving smoothly all across the world,
heartfelt words have created a magnificent exercise
worthy and true to the spirit of people, forever grateful.
To all the seas and continents
without the slightest possibility of challenge
they will go each day and hour.
Soon genuine trust of well-being and peace
will alight with inspiration and anticipation.
Gently we will lead them on, slowly.
Made from page 331 of Allen Drury’s The Hill of Summer
Desire to face
whatever fates there be,
contemplating things that
much of mankind would presently
met with humble admiration,
get far away in a city considered
enjoyable, and babble gratitude
and tearful relief to the calming world.
Regard it; and thus embrace it, with wild rejoicings.
with any great rejoicings,
lands beyond the seas seem to
hear the distant roar of
Created by page 251 of The Hill of Summer,a novel written by Allen Drury