Howling Cherokee Winds

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{Howling Cherokee Winds}



The howling cherokee

winds that was blowing

through the mountain

tops down to the rivery

meadows below as the

night moon shadows

was reflecting off the

rivery meadows as the

birds was nesting for

the night the mountain

valley meadows was

silent but the only thing

that you could hear was

the longing of the howling

of the cherokee winds

that would leave chills

running up and down

your spine 



Because these cherokee

winds was that of the

their ancestors calling 

out to them and in vain

hoping that they can

hear their pains as

they continued 

howling through the

mountain tops and

down through the

rivery meadows below

while the moon light

dances across the river

beds at night with the

halo of the shadowing

moons that's shining

down upon the

cherokee people

saying never have no

fear we are here just

listen to howling of

the cherokee winds

because you shall find

us there my little

native one 




My Native Cherokee People



©Tina Glover\One_Pissed_Off_American_Ghost_Writer July 7,2018 


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Don Matthews

Sun 8th Jul 2018 01:41

Gosh, I like this Tina. 'rivery meadows', 'shadowing moons'

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Sun 8th Jul 2018 01:10

beautiful piece I hope there will be more with this theme..
I know your heritage is strong for you and you are very is the foundation of who you are and I can see fear.

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