Treasure Island

Royale ROYALE


To Our Daughters From Ancestor Women


TO: OUR DAUGHTERS
FROM: ANCESTOR WOMEN
SUBJECT: YOU ARE THIS AND MORE

Said Muma-Wit who posse knowledge and wisdom, 'Daughters are you created for purpose.'

Said Seeing-Woman who sees forward, 'Is greatness on you.'

Said Priestess by order of Isis, ' Each of your are chosen vessels to conceive divine seed.'

Said Sage who looks behind, 'Grow never weary in eager quests of hearts.'

Said Star-Gazer who reads the stars, 'Be clad richly in white linen and anointed with virtue.'

'Stand fast in god' said the Wise-Woman.

Ole' Crone said, 'Chosen generation will you change our world.'

Submitted: Friday, June 15, 2012
Edited: Saturday, June 16, 2012

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