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Spiritwind Wood

Rookie - 171 Points (04/07/1968 / West Virginia)

Spirit Wind


I hear the voices cry
from a long time ago
blowing through the wind
on a broken trail of tears
where we still held the pride
through unforgotten years

I see the faces in agony
in a dark vision's past
that once thought would die
of a pain I can't let go
on a Spirit wind I ride
through an endless sky
that I can no longer hide

Through a Warriors eye's
I see what is to be
of times that won't last
where our people will rise
and will remain strong
from all that was wrong
that only made us live again
Spiritwind 2014

Submitted: Wednesday, January 15, 2014
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