I heard myself asking you,
''What is this special magic
you weave Adrienne''?
And you replied
''It is US, that's the magic'' more »
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Adryan Rotica Poems
- Black Elk Speaks
The power of the world always works in circles. The sky is round, and I have heard
Your name still echoes in stars- gems, cool against inky blackness
A Poem for You
What can I say to erase the wilt I cause within your heart
If age is a state of mind- my mind is in a terrible state
Do not believe because you read it in a book Do not believe because you saw it on television
A Feeling for Snow
seemingly dancing on blank snow, flecks illuminate light generating warmth
Home is Where the Heart Is
We are a circle where we roam near or far it is our home
Thoughts come rising without warning traveling
a word to the wise
All wise men, within this world need not say, a single word because they, are like you and me
Armageddon, Armageddon ....I'm a getting outta here!
A New Way~
I've had enough I've come undone now every little thing's become a trouble to attend to
Trust in your country like you trust in SPAM
The people I love take me home... I want to love you on my way home...
Weather the Storm
It's okey it's going to change everything passes you'll get through it
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- Black Elk Speaks
The power of the world
always works in circles.
The sky is round,
and I have heard
the earth is round
like a ball,
and so are all the stars.
in its greatest power, whirls.
Birds make their nests
for theirs is the same religion as ours.
comes forth and goes down
in a circle
The moon does the same.
And both always come back
to where they were.
The life of man is a circle
from childhood to childhood.
And so it is in everything
where power moves.'