Voices on the Wind Open Theme
Alamo Canyon by David Chorlton Sky sails through the open roof to a long abandoned house, pulling as it rises organ pipe, saguaro, creosote, and cholla to the thumb of rock impressing itself on the cool blue light spread wide across January’s rain scented desert all the way along the trail to an old corral whose fences have surrendered to mesquite and brittlebush and the wind coming down to the stones in the creek with hollows the Indians had made after grinding the last of their beans into flour while the thrashers kept singing in the space they left behind.