Spiritwind Wood

Veteran Poet - 1,159 Points (04/07/1968 / West Virginia)

Spiritwind Wood Poems

1. Sometimes 9/27/2009
2. Mother Earth 9/27/2009
3. Fade To Black 9/27/2009
4. Words (A True Poet) 10/1/2009
5. My Town 10/2/2009
6. Every Second Of A Memory 10/5/2009
7. These Days 11/26/2009
8. In The Night (Shine On) 11/26/2009
9. Lost 12/1/2009
10. Slip Away 12/3/2009
11. I Love You, I Hate You 12/6/2009
12. You Came To Me 12/22/2009
13. Far From Here 3/8/2010
14. The True American Indian 4/1/2010
15. Just Another Empty Memory 4/11/2010
16. I'Ll Be There 5/3/2010
17. Faded Memories 6/9/2010
18. I Am 9/6/2010
19. Prayer To The Great Spirit 9/6/2010
20. Darkest Days 11/23/2009
21. Dying Salvation 11/24/2009
22. My Own 10/9/2010
23. Where Angel's Fly 10/12/2010
24. A Soul That Wouldn'T Bleed 10/19/2010
25. The Devil's Grin 10/21/2010
26. Everything That We Have 11/8/2010
27. Listening To The Wind 12/11/2010
28. I Have Walked 1/25/2011
29. Johnny 1/29/2011
30. Your Love 11/11/2009
31. Rain Falls 10/14/2011
32. Trying 10/18/2011
33. Think About You 11/18/2011
34. I Remember 11/27/2011
35. See The Light 11/27/2011
36. Sweet Forever 11/24/2011
37. Angel's Fall 2/15/2012
38. Carry Me 2/17/2012
39. Walk Away 5/25/2012
40. Wolf Warrior 7/16/2012
Best Poem of Spiritwind Wood

A Cherokee Prayer

I pray to the great spirit
guide me through this pain
this world conflicts
show me a world that holds no lies
that treats us like convicts
abandoned by society
in a world we once walked so free

Show me a setting sun
where blood never flows
like rivers turned red
where another one dies
underneath these blood red skies

Guide me through this land so dead
where visions stay in my head
teach me things nobody knows
when this day is gone
and all has come undone

Give me the strength I need
to make this a better place
when my people ...

Read the full of A Cherokee Prayer

Sometimes

Feel all that you touch
you back up against the wall
sometimes it seems too much
you find your secret place
some place you just need to go and hide

Sometimes you find yourself stare
deep out into space
thinking about a memory

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