|Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
|and my most recent visitor outside my bedroom window last week was?
Yes...I am pretty sure I told you
the Coyote...I tell you this is stunning to me truly
the connection with spirit & visitors with messages...
Peace, Love & Unity
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|We always have a tendency to blame others when things don't go right. You are right on in that. Wonderful right and very interesting and insightful, Sage!
Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
You take us down unknown paths and educate the mind to ancient wisdom. Thank you for it--
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|we blame a
Glad I checked out your Native American Ouroboros.
And I think far too many of us blame shadows these days.
|Reviewed by Nordette Adams
|No duping? No blaming others for our own failings? Then the world goes to hell in handbasket for that is all we fools are, a bunch of tricksters tricking each other and being tricked because we fear to truly see the face of God in our brothers and sisters. I like this one the best so far, Sage. Love the picture too. This is an enlightening series. Thank you. ~~Nordette|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Another fine offering. Your name fits you well Sage!
I named a good poet friend Trickster;-) It was because
she seems to be able to trick time and get twice the
amount and more done in a day than anyone else I know.
Wise thoughts Sage, have a healthy Happy New Year!
|Reviewed by Kenny Moon
|The Native American mythology is wonderfully tied in with nature,
similar to the celts and druids, another tribal clan society
with pagan deities woven into the Christian calender; worshippers of water and trees, great storytellers and metal-workers. The pig, the salmon, the horse, all sorts of animals had significence for the legendary Celts. kenny
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|Man, oh man, you are on a roll with the Ouroboros theme, I'm here to tell you. Your insightful perception of life has to be grounded in having lived a rich life, no matter your age, young or old, to have the mind of the philosopher, which you possess. These lines are profound:
we blame a
|Reviewed by Peter Paton
|Agree with Kate below, some powerful, hidden meanings in this complex
The coyote reminds me of the slyness and craft of our native fox, which survives on its guile and wits !
|Reviewed by Kate Clifford
|A powerful message is within this write. Thanks for the sharing.|