DragonfliesSusweca Oyate . . .Susweca Oyate, Mune Wacte AnpehanOh my children I'm no man yet,thirty years and I'm still crawling.Lonely I walk on this black road.Nothing to reap, nothing sewn.Howling lonely at the moon.Two steps back I'll get there soon.Oh, I know the pull is strong,breaking down when nothings wrong.Look up to the clouds to guide you.Believe somehow your tribe will find you.Like Dragonflies through spider websThis little test is not our end.With a strong and willing spirit,when you sing I know I'll hear it.Oh my children gather round,when tomorrow we have foundour place to congregate.Together we'l
Unread - lyrics"Unread" by Jayel Draco © 2012When your bottles all come floating back, with messages unread...and the wind no longer whispers to you, was it always in your head?Then let's pretend.Lying broken on the floor, your heart beats...but you still feel dead.I once had a dream that I don't recall...but you were with me.You were with me there...As our tendrils spiral out in the void...sharing things we never said...The bottles all come floating back,except the one that in your hand.Did you read it yet?
Humps In The DesertHumps In The DesertSo it came to my attention today whilst walking around in bed, that way too many humans are under the grossly mistaken impression that the purpose of a camels hump is to store food and water. I understand the deductive reasoning behind this, I truly do... but then, logically it is physically impossible for a bumble bee to fly, and an alligator is more green than it is long... (For those of you that havent given this much thought [and you know who you are] an alligator is only long in one direction it is green all over)...so anyway, back to humping camels... the hump of a camel is not