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Four Directions

Copper or brass structure. Created in the resemblance of bows and arrows, Reflects the survival of the Plains First People. Represents four directions within the medicine wheel. – Fire, air, earth, and water. Summer, spring, autumn, and winter. North, west, south, and east. Sacred geometric four – Rooted deep in soot, In balance with the […] Continue reading

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Footprints Through the Green Patch

Foams of Grey sweep the sky, Crystal clear teardrops Pitter patter on the bare skins of grass. Statues anchored into the wet ground of the natural world. Green elements bloom from within the cracks. Fairy like music, chimes throughout the background As if they are dancing in celebration To mother earths thirst being restored And […] Continue reading

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Finding a sit spot

In the glisten of summer rayon’s, Pulling up into the parking lot I find a spot to park and turn the engine off. As I open the door and hop out of the seat I grab my cruiser board, letting it fall to the ground Wheels first, of course. – As I cruise down the […] Continue reading

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