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She Got It From American Indian

Posted Sunday 3rd May 2009 at 09:46 by Francis Duggan
She got it from American Indian who to the spirits talk
The symbol that he chose for her the northern goshawk
The raptor of the valleys who wander wild and free
She does not feel restricted by thoughts of boundary.

She flies above the valley and spends part of her day
Scanning the earth for movement in search of smaller prey
She has no sense of right or wrong she has to kill to live
The raptor of the woodlands doesn't have sins to forgive.

She showed me a picture of her bird her monarch of the sky
Who builds her nest away from man in places wild and high
I searched for good descriptive words and three words came to me
Her symbol stands for innocence, courage and liberty.

She got it from American Indian who to the spirits talk
The symbol that he chose for her the northern goshawk
The wild free living raptor who wander at her will
Above the grassy valley, above the wooded hill.
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