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Coming Home
by Amber V Moonstone
Sunday, November 18, 2007
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another poem in a series about Karena Medicine Woman.
Peace, Love, and Light,
Amber "V" Moonstone

"Coming Home"

by Amber "V" Moonstone 11/18/07

The distant drums beating,
the wind carrying the message,
The hunters are returning.

They traveled to the North,
a hunting party of twenty.
They hunt for our long winter life.

It is lonely without my Tomas
I miss his touch, his embrace,
I miss his smiling face.

The babies are scared,
they long for their father's warmth,
his tender touch of protection.

He is a brave warrior,
protecting his family and tribe.
One day he will become chief.

Alone, I tend to the sick,
praying to the spirits
to heal and protect all of us.

Listening to those sacred drums;
I feel a sense of peace,
knowing that my love is coming home.

Joyously reunited again,
I hold onto my love,
Spirit's of the Elders have heard my prayers.

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Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 11/22/2007
Wonderfully said and felt Amber "V"
A definite life they lead, to be their for their families!
Some had it, where the women went out to protect her family!
I love the Indian culture and always will feel it's strong SPIRITUAL presence!
Warm hugs and Much love, Warrior Lady Sheeeooxoo
Miss you!
Happy! Healthy Thanksgiving Day Blessings to you and yours!
STay Positive!
Reviewed by Barbara Smith 11/20/2007
Amber, you've captured a beautiful picture of a native family living and earning their food in an untamed world and you, the wife, awaits his return from the wild. The family waits when open arms. A great writing.
Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury 11/20/2007
I really enjoyed this native picture of love in the untamed world, where freedom was part of the air we breath.
Reviewed by Morning Star 11/20/2007
Stunning vision love the imagery and
The vividness the longings of the
absence of a love and the
Spirits of the wise who hear your prayers!
A Warm & touching Coming Home
Brilliant write!!
I truly Love the spiritual feelings of
A brave warrior, on this piece
Love Peace and many hugssss...Morning Star
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 11/19/2007
What a beautiful picture! Such a beautiful piece. The innate ability to carry on in the absense of another and the longing that haunts daily is brought out so well in this heartwarming piece...

Be safe,
Reviewed by David Young 11/19/2007
I felt the earthen feel of this beating nature's drum.

"Alone, I tend to the sick,
praying to the spirits
to heal and protect all of us."

The spirits have your words within them.
Reviewed by RaeLynn Teller 11/19/2007
Strange how easily I united with your words. It touches an old soul in me. Beautiful image and feelings conveyed.

Reviewed by Georg Mateos 11/19/2007
The Great Spirit Manitu should guide the braves mustangs to the buffalo and the deer, and make so that them return safe.
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 11/19/2007
Being a Military wife I really appreciate this one Amber as I so many times awaited the warm loving embracement of my husband over the years. Thank you for sharing,

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by William Bonilla 11/18/2007
This is a beautiful write Amber
Thanks for sharing
Peace and love be with you

Reviewed by Amor Sabor 11/18/2007
Very well done.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 11/18/2007
Excellant vision you give us like the chapter of a series on TV that we just love to watch. Well done Amber.
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 11/18/2007
Those who wait with dedicated vigilance are always the same in their hearts.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 11/18/2007
Homecomings are always sweet. Beautiful image.

Reviewed by Kathy Armijo 11/18/2007
This poem hits me about today's folks in the military service, and how they long for their loved one's return. It speaks of reality and the torment the a loved one at home feels.

God bless you. Kathy
Reviewed by Ted Bossis 11/18/2007
Warm & touching ...Sensitive Amber ~love Ted
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 11/18/2007
a beautiful write-peaceful as she waits
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 11/18/2007

Very inspiring... "Coming Home" lights the torch of wisdom and shows the way to humanity ~in a message of togetherness in the spirit of family union under the light of love.


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 11/18/2007
A beautiful poem of yearning, Amber, effectively penned. Well done. :)

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. :)
Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper 11/18/2007
That's an interesting picture of the young indian woman, as is your warm poem that relates the love of a squaw for her indian brave.
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 11/18/2007
A beautifully written poem my friend, wonderful write...I love to read about Native Americans as they are my ancestors. Well done!
Joyce B.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 11/18/2007
Joyously reunited again,
I hold onto my love,
Spirit's of the Elders have heard my prayers.

Lovely, indeed, as is that graphic, Amber.

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